Two weeks ago, Ted Williams, the man with the golden voice, was homeless and begging for change at the entrance to an Ohio freeway. Today, he has a job, home, and is teaching America about the very real challenges of homelessness.
As America prays for the recovery of Congresswoman Gabrielle Gifford, other victims of the Arizona shooting, and the families of those who died, every person has a role to play creating a society where children such as 9-year-old Christina Taylor Green do not have their lives stolen by deadly violence. Thirty-five years ago, Virginia Satir offered guidance that should be central to the global search for answers.
A son born into the digital, wired, 21st century world that witnesses daily technological breakthroughs reminds his father that nothing is more powerful than the grip of a baby’s tender grasp, quiet breathe, or gentle smile.