2 Christmas Gift Ideas For Worldchangers

'Tis the season. The season of warmth and goodwill to all. The season where many of us turn away from receiving and toward giving. The season where many charities reach out and hope for that little extra to help them finish their mission this year, and maybe get a head start into next year. It … Continue reading 2 Christmas Gift Ideas For Worldchangers

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You Are Not the Spark, You Are the Flame

I'm not going to lie. I struggled with what to write today. Something quick. Didn't have time to write anything elaborate. Deep. Meaningful. Maybe share a video or two of some happy, dance-able songs. Instead, this is what came. A picture of a candle with hands holding them forward. A light in the deep darkness. … Continue reading You Are Not the Spark, You Are the Flame

When You’re Losing the Fight

https://youtu.be/Jv8IqJm6q7w Sometimes the fight is too much. We're bone-tired, can't catch our breath, and the battle still rages around us. The last thing we need is a patronizing cliche about how everything will work out for the best. What we do need is the fire of hope to keep us pushing forward, keep fighting. A … Continue reading When You’re Losing the Fight

Sexual Harassment and Assault – What Do We Do Now?

IT. IS. NOT. OK. It is far from OK. The world is fired up over the fact that women are routinely harassed or assaulted. Men, too. Children. It's sick. The discussion continues, today. But, tomorrow, it will fade to the background. We'll say to ourselves "it's wrong", but the cycle of abuse will continue and … Continue reading Sexual Harassment and Assault – What Do We Do Now?

Compassion Fatigue v. Apathy v. Overwhelmed

Compassion Fatigue. It's the new phrase du jour. No, it's not a new condition, but we're tossing it around like 45 with paper towels. Every day we're bombarded with needs. From our own day-to-day stress to the news telling us the world is burning to the ground. In response, we've dug up the phrase of … Continue reading Compassion Fatigue v. Apathy v. Overwhelmed