Tag Archives: Chicago

Larry & the Bag Man

It might be that a bit of our time is even more precious to the homeless than a bit of food; both would probably be better than either one alone. Continue reading

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Short Term Memory

My dad started calling me “the absent-minded professor” when I was a kid. I can’t tell that my memory’s improved much a half-century later… Continue reading

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To Rise Above Still Waters

Even in the gray mist of the city, we may believe in our own transformation, our own rising above this world. Continue reading

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City View

City lights reflecting from the river, cars passing in the street, beauty and pain exist side by side… Continue reading

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Setbacks, Adaptation & the Corn Belt

I spent most of last week in St. Charles (the one in Illinois, not Kansas), participating in a workshop along with several of my colleagues from Highland Community College (the one in Kansas, not Illinois.) The AQIP Strategy Forum was … Continue reading

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