Setting Boundaries For Success–(Move This World)

In the early 80's an old friend, Adolfo Cruz, implemented his advocation as a magazine publisher and author.  His magazine was dubbed--"That Balance."  It was clearly meant to be a reflective source for those trying to find the balance between their professional, personal, physical and spiritual selfs.  His reflection on life certainly underlined what is... Continue Reading →

Students’ Broken Moral Compasses The pressures of national academic standards have pushed character education out of the classroom. by Paul Barnwell for the Atlantic Magazine 7-25-2016

This is an essay I can relate too. The myopic pursuit of narrowly defined curricula clearly has a downside.  The debate is reflective of the conversation between professor Hundert and Senator Bell from the 2002 film, "The Emperor's Club." William Hundert: Sir, it's my job to mold your son's character, and I think if... Senator... Continue Reading →

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