The Sound of Two Hands Clapping
Newsweek, May 1, 1995
Sometimes people need to be applauded for just showing up and doing their jobs. “Some days, I deserve applause just for showing up at work. Let’s take turns clapping and being clapped for, acknowledging how wonderful each of us are.”
The Business of Making Mistakes
Christian Science Monitor, November 15, 2001
“To be a better entrepreneur, I needed to practice making mistakes.”
Family Circle, December 18, 2001
“At a time when the world seems in chaos, two people from two different religions come together to share their prayers.”
Now I’ve Groan Accustomed to My Fathers Humor
Christian Science Monitor, April 6, 1998
“I have been looking all over for something that was right in front of me.” At last I understood — my father wasn’t telling his jokes and stories to get attention; he was using them to bring people together.
Snapshots of Tokyo
Hemispheres, August, 2001
Even in the middle of a huge bustling city, a sense of the ancient and the spiritual embrace me.
Thinning the Corporate Woods
Ingrams, December 1997
Shifting into Reverse
Ambassador Magazine, August 1997
The Future of Charitable Giving
Inspired Giving, Fall 2001
Treasure Hunt: Is there a Fortune in your Attic?
Family Circle, August 1, 2000
Dads legacy remains, no doubt, a laughing matter
Chicago Tribune, March 25, 2001
Moms the One
Reader’s Digest, August, 1997
No matter where we are, no matter how grown up or how far away our children, the M-word always gets our attention.
Treat Me Like a Dog, Please
The BARK, Fall, 2004
A Drop of Honey
The Washington Post, September 22, 2003
I cried for my dad, who every day sees his lover, his soul mate, his companion become more of a child, more of a stranger, more of a burden.
Love in the Land of Dementia
Chicken Soup for the Caregiver’s Soul
With Mom’s advancing Alzheimer’s, much has been lost. But when my Dad walks in, for a moment, she remembers this is her husband. For those seconds, happiness floods her.