Monthly Archives: April 2015

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April 30 , 2015 /

SCHOOLS AND THE “REAL” WORLD

It has been confirmed that schools, K-16 and beyond, are part of the real world.  They are not isolated in a bubble of protection, separated from the rest of society while these young ones grow in an environment sheltered from the world’s harsh realities.  The internet of instant news has only exacerbated the downside of

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April 29 , 2015 /

No Virtue in Being Busy

I receive a dozen or so emails, telephone calls or messages each week that contain comments about how busy someone is and I was once guilty of the same kind of remark.   And for those who must travel often for work, that adds a layer of time consumption, creating more pressure and stress on the

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April 14 , 2015 /

THE BIG PAYOFF

Many of us go about our work without being concerned about the rewards of what we do. We have chosen a profession (or been chosen by it because it called to us) of serving others.  The point here is why we do what we do and that what we say and do are simply reflections

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April 5 , 2015 /

LESSONS FROM PASSOVER and EASTER and beyond.

Regardless of your history, tradition or religious preference, if you have one, one thing is clear about the calendar.   Every Spring (in the northern hemisphere, Autumn in the southern) Jews and Christians celebrate Passover and Easter respectively and according to ancient texts, Jesus observed the Passover Seder with this followers prior to his crucifixion.  Religious

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