I have a picture stuck in my head. It's a picture of a sweet little boy who ran to my son and gave him a piece of candy. Nothing particularly remarkable about that except this little boy lived in the Kibera slum
It doesn’t really matter how they’re delivered – it just matters that they are. In our rush to get to the next thing, don’t forget to express your appreciation. A barista once said he was so moved by the fact that a customer looked
Have you ever known someone who is content? Not the kind of contentment that demonstrates itself as complacency, but the kind of contentment that says “I know who I am and I can enjoy where I am.” The kind of contentment that looks like peace
So many people wait. They look over the distant horizon hoping things will be better when. When they get the new job. When they lose a few pounds. When they can finally take a vacation. When they move out on their own. Rather than waiting for
During this season of peace – of comfort and joy – it is good to reflect upon how we can bring those often elusive elements not only to our homes but to the world in which we live.
In the past few weeks, the world lost