In my search for a dude with big, strong hands and some anger to work out in the form of …
I support genocide. That’s essentially what she said. In her view, “those people” ought to be dead, all of them. Those …
In May, I wrote a very short story about my behind-the-scenes experience in the development an It Gets Better video and the people who made it possible. The message was simple: Leadership is not about causing people to do what they otherwise might not choose without influence, but about drawing out the intrinsic value that lives inside and the personal conviction that flows from it. That story, supported by the many votes of friends and colleagues, landed me an opportunity to attend the 2012 Paralympic Games in London.
Robert Frost reminds us that where there are tears in the writer, there will be tears in the reader. And, where the writer is in London, so too will the reader be.
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Many thanks to my friend, Ken, for his creative genius, heart, and extraordinary ability to turn ideas and inspiration into art that brings neighbors a little closer.
Watch the It Gets Better video that features the individuals who inspired me to write my winning story:
Ten of every 100 college women have an eating disorder. Many of them probably don’t believe they are part of …