Thanks-Giving May Be Life-Saving

At a publicity conference I attended in New York a few weeks ago, I met a woman who’d worked for a physician support group.  Her mission was to bring attention to the high suicide rate of doctors.   One of the things she said made a real impact on me. “Most doctors never

What Are You For?

It’s easy to feel negative about what’s going on nationally. Large-scale political in fighting leaves people with the feeling that nothing good is getting done in our country. It contributes to a sense of helplessness and hopelessness.   Whatever happened to addressing injustice, feeding the hungry, housing the homeless, investing in our economy

Heroes Among Us

The wife of a couple I love is living with early onset Alzheimer’s.  The husband is a professional photographer who works out of their home.  I saw him for the first time in a year or two.  Since he moved from town I haven’t seen him much. I asked him how he’s doing,

Overgiving and Learning to Receive

As you read this, I’ll probably be having a plate surgically implanted in my left wrist. Yes, a week ago I slipped on ice and fell breaking my wrist. I had made an appointment to show an apartment with someone who had stood me up several times before. Giving an extra chance to