Among the many stories associated with last week’s tragedy in Boston were accounts of those directly involved on the scene at the time of the bombings. A friend relayed the following story told to her by a Boston priest she knew. The first explosion stunned the priest watching the marathon from the nearby church steeple. [...]
Warm wishes for a hopeful and joyous holiday season! Here’s a personal greeting from Jim Guy, Headington Institute President:
At the start of this new year, I find myself thinking a lot about hope. Hope is a challenging concept to define or grasp…especially in a world where there seems to be an endless amount of hopeless situations. But to resist burnout, disillusionment, and discouragement, hope needs to reside somewhere in our hearts and minds. [...]
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