How to Raise Kids for Global Good – Start HERE
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What does it mean to raise kids for global good? And why should it matter to you? Here we’ll tackle these two foundational questions head on. Raise Kids At first … Read More

How To Score Victory as You Navigate a Transition
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I wrote this article just over a year ago (but did not post it). Still, it remains relevant. Again, I find myself on the verge of yet another transition. Change … Read More

Freedom vs. Stability – Are They Mutually Exclusive?
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I never expected a quick coffee date would turn into a deep discussion about FREEDOM vs. STABILITY. But as we sat around the coffee shop table – me with two of … Read More

Would it Have Been Better to Just Die?
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Have you ever thought it might be easier to just die rather than have to face the temptations and trials of this world? I had never given this question much … Read More

How Can You Have Powerful Global Impact from Home?
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Is it possible to have global impact from where we live, even if our immediate lives seem so disconnected from the horrors we see on our screens, taking place halfway … Read More

Getouttamyway! How to Interpret the Frenzy on the Roads of China
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I wrote this when we lived in China. Indeed, the getouttamyway! frenzy on the roads there provoked my imagination. What Might Driving Patterns Say About National Character? Living in Ningbo, China … Read More

Keep Alert and Be Open to the Possibilities!
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It’s easy to miss the learning moments when whizzing through our days. And so hard to stay alert to them. Don’t you find that to be true? It seems we … Read More

Want to Master Change? Right this Way!
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Change is hard. I was struggling with that reality when I sat in the café with Emira, my Middle Eastern friend who is returning home very soon. She’s been counting … Read More

How to be an Authentic Peacemaker: Start with the Heart
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Why does it matter to the world if we are an authentic peacemaker? Is it even possible? Can we truly get into another’s shoes? Can we get to a place … Read More

Musings on Our Mess: Can We Make a Better World?
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“The mess we’re finding ourselves in is one of suspicion, anger, hatred, chaos and confusion.” This is the sentence I wrote in my journal a few days after June 12, … Read More

The Lure of Comfort: Gaining the Right Perspective
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Aran had a problem. While completing his undergraduate and graduate study in the U.S., he had experienced the lure of comfort. He slowly became accustomed to many amenities he often didn’t … Read More

Get Creative When You Encounter the Unexpected
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At 7:02 am the power shut off. In that unexpected moment, everything seemed to stand still.  A Lengthy Blackout I thought it was a simple short, but it’s in a … Read More

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