Archive for the ‘Vocations’ Category
High-level athletes are remarkable human beings. I ought to know. But my experience with cancer and the example of other survivors have taught me most of what I know about strength.
My real connection to water comes through my use of glass. Glass is my medium, and water is its mate.
As a massage therapist, I learn a lot about my clients’ pain. First, I had to help my dad through his.
Before meeting world leaders including Pope John Paul II as diplomat for my country, I had a memorable journey in late-’60s Thousand Oaks.
My love of basketball and a wish for my children helped me to learn about both of my countries.
I grew up where surfing took off in California, but didn’t imagine a life within the industry until I went away to college.
My first trip to Haiti was a pretty clear sign of God working in my life. I knew I couldn’t go home and just forget what I’d seen.
I saw homeless people every day, because to me they weren’t invisible. I got hooked on audio podcasts because I liked to listen. And then I had an idea.
Museums cannot decide by themselves how to tell indigenous communities’ stories.
The first surgeon to treat and diagnose Gabrielle Giffords after the Tucson shooting received her training over a lifetime.