Tag Archives: Parker J. Palmer

Can We Realize We’re All In This Together?

Some of us grew up with the concept of “public” as part of our vocabulary. Public roads, public education, public library, public parks. Things we shared as a community and a society. We’ve lost that notion over the years. Today, “the commons” is what we reference. Whatever we call it, can we now begin to turn the conversation back to “we” instead of just “me?” Continue reading

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Are We Teaching Our Kids How to Earn…or How to Think?

What does it mean to be educated? It is as important to prepare the next generation for well-lived lives as well as jobs. Here’s a toast to the importance of a Liberal Arts education.
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Best of the Best (Quotes) From 2011

The Voice of ‘We The People’ got stronger and stronger in 2011. Take a look at some of the best of the best of our “wisdom voices” that we featured. They will keep you inspired in 2012. Continue reading

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August Profile: Parker J. Palmer

Parker J. Palmer, in his new book “Healing The Heart of Democracy,” discusses how “We The People” can reclaim our role in the democratic experiment of this country. Continue reading

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