The Beatitudes

Blessed are the weary, for they will have rest.   Blessed are the kind, for they will be received.   Blessed are the stewards, for they will be sated.   Blessed are the givers, for they will be forgiven.   Blessed are the searchers, for they will be found.   Blessed are the listeners, forContinue reading “The Beatitudes”

The Will of God

“Don’t worry,” the young one said, “I’m getting to you by the labyrinth.”   There is a lesson in these words – I want to be told, what to do, to be clear on my directions; but as I walk life’s labyrinth, it is clear that is not the case.   So, these words teachContinue reading “The Will of God”

Alternative Facts

Don’t piss on my shoes and say it’s raining, duplicity is the real terrorist.   We see, if you disagree, “you’re fired”. We hear, if you cause problems, you’re gone. Blow smoke up his ass and you’re admired.   “Mandated” by the skin of his tooth, with factless frenzy, he betrays what’s real. It’s hisContinue reading “Alternative Facts”

Let Go, Let God

It’s hard to give over control, as if, I ever had control. It’s hard to say, “I’ve lost control”, assuming I was in control.   I’ve noticed some just want answers, and there are really no answers. I’ve noticed some make up answers, despite questions without answers.   I cannot create solutions grasping at strawsContinue reading “Let Go, Let God”

Q & A

The questions we ask make the answers we get. So, we must pay attention and listen first. Being ruled by the numbers, misses ourselves. Calculated assessment is meaningless   Rain measured in volume and duration makes life an endless series of droughts and floods. Soaked by the rain and absorbing its wetness, be filled withContinue reading “Q & A”

Reaccreditation

“Compliance is not for compliance sake. Compliance is really for student’s sake.”   To be a school, there must be students. To be a good school, they must be engaged. Engaged students need an engaged school.   Regardless of results, students come first. What they see, and what they do, prepares them, not just forContinue reading “Reaccreditation”