(Note to readers: The reality I witnessed when visiting Hiroshima today was harsh. My reflections are harsh as well. It is not my intention to offend, rather to awaken.) There's no way to put a soft gel on the results of dropping a nuclear bomb on a crowded civilian population. My mind instantly rejected any … Continue reading I am SO Sorry.
I was feeling close to retirement last year. I got bogged down with some of the less-than-sexy-details of working within a non-profit organization. Occasionally, it has its challenges. I also got overly involved in thinking about my age. My wise adult children refused to consider it. "You're not retiring!" one daughter angrily insisted. "What, are you … Continue reading Thanks for the Work!