Monthly Archives: August 2014

Stepping Out

It was a great display and lesson in leadership. There was a community need, and while many people were genuinely thinking about what they might be able to do, or how they might contribute to help the situation and be … Continue reading

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A Perfect Union

It’s an age-old problem. I talked with a man who was given responsibility for a project, but had no authority to actualize the plan. He was told to follow directions, complete the project. But he had questions and needed to … Continue reading

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Inutshuk Leadership

While traveling on Victoria Island my wife and I came across and ‘inutshuk’; a pile of stones stacked to resemble a human body. Clearly visible are two legs, a body, arms and a head. The stones are stacked in such … Continue reading

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Memorial Stones

Going through some old photos I found some from a trip to Israel. One of the fascinating things our guide and team leader taught us was practice of memorial stones that dates back to Biblical times. Passing through the Judean … Continue reading

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