11th 2023 Post – Two Wonderful Touches

Blog Posts Where Race is an Aspect of the Themes On the Friday before Labor Day Weekend in 2011, I experienced vertigo for the first time. It was in retrospect likely from being dehydrated. As I got up from a prone position for a routine medical test, I needed to rush to the bathroom toContinue reading “11th 2023 Post – Two Wonderful Touches”

6th 2023 Post – Speaking about Mandela

How to Welcome Mandela as Your Mentor Blog Posts where Race is an Aspect of the Themes It has been a deep honor for me to be able to speak about Nelson Mandela over the past many years. I have done so with Federal Bar Associations, State Bar Associations, businesses, churches and synagogues. I haveContinue reading “6th 2023 Post – Speaking about Mandela”

2022 Posts: #12: Further Thoughts on a Path

This is my last post explicitly about Anthroposophy. In this post I will essentially make introductory comments and attach 3 sets of documents. With the attached documents it will be one of the larger posts and may serve as a future reference post for some. All 7 billion plus of us here on Earth haveContinue reading “2022 Posts: #12: Further Thoughts on a Path”

2022 Posts: #11: The Truth of Anthroposophy as Revealed in Other’s Lives

This post is an attempt to build a bridge from the last post to the next one. I grew up in the Catholic Church. I went to Catholic schools from grade one through university. My Mom was a devout Catholic with a very strong and full faith. I am grateful in so many ways forContinue reading “2022 Posts: #11: The Truth of Anthroposophy as Revealed in Other’s Lives”

2022 Posts: #7: Our True Names

On 1/22/22 a world spiritual leader, Thich Nhat Hanh, crossed over. It seems only appropriate to simply acknowledge him here even though his passing has been widely acknowledged. Many would say he is the most influential Buddhist leader second only to the Dalai Lama. I would surely agree. His writings have inspired me throughout myContinue reading “2022 Posts: #7: Our True Names”