Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims and families from yesterday’s attack at the Boston Marathon. Our hearts our filled with sadness at the loss of 8 year old Martin Richard, and we hope that his wish for peace in the world comes true.
James F. Smith of the Boston Globe just did a story about a OneVoice Tour through New England that captured the essence of OneVoice rather well. It also highlighted the importance of keeping the message and movement alive, now more than ever. Roi Assaf of OneVoice Israel (left) and Nisreen Abdallah of OneVoice Palestine [...]
This week’s quote of the week is an excerpt that I came across in the Yizkor Service on Yom Kippur and found particularly moving : When I die give what’s left of me away to children and old men that wait to die. And if you need to cry, cry for your brother walking the [...]
My friend Martin Varsavsky wrote an insightful note on the dangers of credit abuse, on America’s over-reliance on credit to shore up the global economy, and the lessons that we can draw from Argentina’s experience. For years I have been anxious about the excesses of consumerism in America, for both their economic and social implications. [...]