On a hot summer day, a scene that reveals what is most true about us, the desire for reconciliation, forgiveness and understanding in matters of race.
Two "listeners" succeed with perserverance, faith, and by making a difference in the most profound way.
The mysterious power of first-hand experience with masterpiece, pleasure, awe and wonder not reserved for those with advanced degrees in art history.
Remembering a revered American Zen master and her wonderful guide to penetrate the fog of self-centered thinking that obscures what is most true about people and life.
What was he building in the workshop? It took me years to find out.
On a pilgrimmage to Arizona, sunrise fellowship, honest talk about grieving, and grateful tears in the desert for the hero of my life.
It was only then that I truly learned of and came to understand our shameful past when it came to race relations in this country. That knowledge forever changed the way I looked at people different than myself. Roland and I often talked about this