Published under ‘life’

To My 13-Year-Old, An iPhone Contract From Your Mom, With Love By Janell Burley Hofmann Dear Gregory Merry Christmas! You are now the proud owner of an iPhone. Hot Damn! You are a good and responsible 13-year-old boy and you deserve this gift. But with the acceptance of this present comes rules and regulations. Please [...]

It’s rare to see these well-documented facts so plainly stated on mainstream TV. Worth your 3 minutes:

Oprah Winfrey Receives Cecil B. de Mille Award at the 2018 Golden Globes

The man who thinks he can

Published under Favorite Quotes Jan 02, 2018

KIND’s outgoing COO and President John Leahy shared this poem with our team last month, and I loved it. It’s particularly fitting for this time of year as we embark on 2019 and look for the strength to uphold the resolutions that we’ve set and to meet the challenges that we’ll face. Wishing you all [...]

By Sima Kadmon, columnist at Yedioth Ahronoth If anyone feels shame, affront, sadness, frustration and despair today—there is no way to ease these feelings. These are our ministers and MKs. This is our prime minister and his bureau staff, who despite how it looks [to the public], pushed and pushed the disgraceful bill that passed [...]

On Saturday night, Darkeu screened this video to tens of thousands of Israelis, gathered in Rabin Square, who watched in stunned silence. Twenty-two years ago to the day, at that very spot, Yitzhak Rabin was murdered after months of the sort of incitement, hate and violence that is once again rising in Israel. On Saturday, [...]

Sunday Review, The New York Times By Adam Grant I’m sharing an excellent piece by Adam Grant about the importance of teaching children how to have healthy disagreements, rather than shielding them from any discord. It is a salient point for child rearing, but also for creating a company culture where we prize healthy and [...]