Monthly Archives: November 2009

Tread Carefully Arizona – Endangering Immigrants, Endangering Ourselves

By |November 1st, 2009|

Here we have it, reason enough that law enforcement and immigration officials should NOT work together in a way that makes undocumented people in our cities fear the police. This is a warning to all those in Arizona who are about to make life extremely dangerous for those in their state.(Note: the position that law […]

Confronting our Fear, Inspiring Others

By |November 1st, 2009|

What do you do when someone does something that requires critique?Do you:a. Keep your mouth shut so you avoid risking the relationshipb. Say what you need to say, as directly as possible, not worrying about the person’s feelings, and risking that the person may no longer wish to associate with you furtherc. Work to find […]

Drowning in the Work

By |November 1st, 2009|

Close to two months since my last post and I have a list of things that could be, should be, said. What happened? I became inundated with the work. This wasn’t really surprising, as I saw it coming. In fact, the truth is that I invited it. For a few months I decided to do […]