The word ‘racism’ or ‘racist’, at least in the Western world, generally evokes images of, in the extreme, white-robed Klu Klux Klan members or other symbols of America’s long-standing race issues shown so vividly recently through cell-phone videos of white police officers beating Black men...

By now I think enough studies have been done and published over the years that we all pretty much know that New Year resolutions inevitably get broken and/or simply don’t last for very long.  A small change in terminology, however, from “resolutions” to “intentions” may...

“The Light Has Come” is a traditional Christmas greeting which for me this year, putting any religious leanings aside, has a taken on a new and deeper meaning.But before getting too deep, it was a recent chat with a friend, Sergey, which got me reflecting...

Trust is not something we tend to think about consciously on a daily basis but it doesn’t take much to bring it to the forefront of our mind and notice how often we unconsciously rate the trustability of others. So much so that I’m sure...

Vacations for me in recent years have not included any extended period of being disconnected from the world, and specifically being disconnected from the Internet. Serving multiple clients doesn’t seem to be possible when I am completely cut off from communication, and even if I...