Happy New Year
I wouldn’t call it a new year’s resolution (it’s just a “goal” that happens to have been make at the “new year” ;-)), but I’m back on this blog, hoping to share my thoughts here with more frequency in the coming year. I hope that 2010 is one of creativity and wonder for you.
Rob Morris – language of hope
I appreciate Rob’s thoughtfulness and honesty. And in a sector where buzz words and phrases get attention, emotion, and donations, I appreciate that he is willing to rethink those phrases, and reconsider our objectives, motives, and integrity.
connect the dots – a mini-saga
utensil in hand, he opens his book. page after page, crayon carefully maneuvering, 8, 9, 10, tongue poking between pursed lips, another array of dots transformed into a surprising picture. but today, heart thumping, his hand will veer off course, a blank page of opportunity embracing each stroke of creativity.
No blue, no green: Slyvia Earle’s TED talk
What an incredibly moving presentation. Sylvia Earle’s confidence and passion are contagious. As I watched, I was struck by how Sylvia conveyed the heart of God, who has commissioned us to take care of this planet. Doesn’t God delight in all these previously undiscovered depths, teeming with unique and beautiful plants and creatures? I’m grateful […]
A Christmas Story
Read a great Christmas story, written by Jim Wallis of Sojourners. This Christmas, let’s follow Jesus in seeking peace on this earth. Merry Christmas.
Photography that says “I love you”
Jonathan Harris has explored different methods of collecting and sharing stories, using technology and photography. Watch this video and be inspired to look at the world through different eyes. I’ve been really inspired by his project in Bhutan. I’ve usually considered photography as an medium that communicates to an audience. But what does photography communicate […]