The Wizard of Us

The Wizard of Us

Mar 8, 2018 Current events in the US has me thinking often about the Wizard of Oz: the pertinent question of the film is not how a second-rate, mediocre conman managed to land in Oz and convince the people of Oz that he was a great wizard. The formula is simple and...
Take care of this house

Take care of this house

Sep 24, 2017 This past Friday evening, I went to the Kennedy Center in Washington DC for a tribute to Leonard Bernstein. It was a full evening of beautiful, moving selections from various musicals showing Bernstein’s eclectic musical talents, passion for optimism and...
Post-election. From my heart…

Post-election. From my heart…

Nov 12, 2016 In Respectful Confrontation, we engage in an exercise where two participants stand face-to-face, to “confront” one another. We do so in order to mirror the literal definition of the word “confront” that you can find in Webster’s Dictionary: To cause to...

Advice for Thanksgiving…

Nov 23, 2016 Hello there, I wish you all well as we enter the holiday season. I hope your time is joyful and fun. And I continue to hold you all in my heart since the US presidential elections, both in the US and around the world. Whatever your politics and beliefs,...
Donald Trump – Our Nation’s Sacrificial Lamb

Donald Trump – Our Nation’s Sacrificial Lamb

Oct 26, 2016 I believe Donald Trump has successfully brought out into the open the causes of why this country, despite its accomplishments and power, has not progressed into what we are capable of becoming – a vibrant, flourishing, responsible, compassionate world...
The Middle

The Middle

May 16, 2016 It’s been a while since I’ve written. While increasing my coaching practice and presenting my work at various organizations, I’ve used the last few months for reflection and deepening of practice. I search for deeper ways to stay in my heart as...