Leaders take people where they would otherwise not go on their own. I’m thankful for these young leaders, agentes de cambio, who are bringing to attention a problem in my neighborhood.
One place the Good News needs to prevail is helping to reshape our neighborhoods. We, as a culture, obey the rule of affinity in our lives. Who we gather with, who we have as friends, where we go to worship… our entire place in this world is governed by affinity. We do stuff we like. […]
“Like a Good Neighbor. State Farm is There.” That’s a familiar slogan, isn’t it? If you live in the United States chances are good that I just put that jingle in your head. But have you ever stopped to think about the meaning of this song? What is State Farm saying? It’s an insurance company […]
What if everyone on my block knew who I was? What if other people on my block knew each other because I introduced them? What if I knew what the needs of my neighbors were and were in a position to activate others to help? And what if I had an eye to initiate or […]
Like you, I’m shocked at the popularity of Haterade. a figurative drink representing a modality of thought. those who consume it are themselves consumed by the negativity which with they speak. ~ Urban Dictionary Word of the Day, July 26th 2005 It feels like Haterade is on sale all over Facebook and Twitter these days. People […]