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Speaking to the Soul: Work and Honor

P. J. O’Rourke once remarked, “Everyone wants to save the planet; nobody wants to help Mom do the dishes.” Unpaid and low-pay work is often invisible work, but it is still work that matters.

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Life, Love and Loss

by Eric Bonetti

As we celebrate the holidays, we often think of those we love, those we’ve lost, and of the successes and failures of the past year. But how often do we think of these issues in their larger context? Do we recognize that change is an essential component of growth? That loss is an intrinsic part of love?

I’ve had some occasion to think about these issues over the past year. Last February, I left a job that I very […]

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