What is hope? The former president of the Czech Republic, Václav Havel, shares his thoughts.
We all have a story to tell about this time. Each story is a thread in a global woven tale, and each has a unique perspective to contribute.
As we cautiously return to the outer world, will we recognize the desperate and devastating insanity of the “old normal”?
I get the feeling that this current situation is just the opening act of a long drama. In it, we are both actors and audience.
For those who are anxious about not having a clear path forward, consider these words from three wise ancestors — a mystic, a saint and a poet.
COVID-19 has, among other things, exposed a lot, including the personal weaknesses we are confronting in our individual lives.
We need to stand by, while other people — physicians, nurses, respiratory therapists, laboratory technicians and armies of other health care workers — try to sort out what’s going on.
I know we are anxious to get out, to get on with our lives. But before we rush out like a bull out of his cage, let’s take a moment to consider what we want to remember of this time.
In the award-winning film “Cast Away,” the main character, played by Tom Hanks, finds himself alone on an island after surviving a horrific plane accident in which he is presumably…