There comes a time when one must take a position that is neither safe, nor politic, nor popular, but he must take it because conscience tells him it is right.— Martin Luther King, Jr.
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Photo courtesy of Ted Eytan, MD MS MPH www.tedeytan.com A group of 40 leaders in health and health care recently gathered for a World Café to dialogue creatively about audacious goals for health globally and to advance a growing shift from improving health care to more proactively pursuing health. It was part of the Institute for Continue Reading »
After five years as a community organizer, Parker J. Palmer became enamored with the Quaker tradition of social justice. He believes when “we, the people” re-examine connections to beliefs and communities, it creates an opportunity to heal an ailing democracy. I encountered the work of Parker J. Palmer in the early 1990s, when a friend Continue Reading »
I was recently in South Korea leading Courage & Renewal programs in support of a growing movement there and had the opportunity to travel to an island in far southwest Korea. It was a cloudy humid day as we trudged up a little hill. At the top we stood and looked out across the tidal Continue Reading »