Money, success and power are the hackneyed trinity of modern corporate life but they permit no room for other considerations like well-being and relationships. It was inevitable that Sheryl Sandberg’s book: Lean In: Women,
Extroverts and introverts together give groups balance and harmony. Why then does the western world increasingly favour one type over the other? In today’s debate about identity and the many forms it may take,
The majestic themes of history must now take account of the personal cost of political change. Among the drama of that year’s democratic revolutions, few images were as arresting as that of Nicolae Ceausescu
Can we make sense out of the senselessness of human cruelty? The film-makers of Hannah Arendt (2013) are to be congratulated for making such an arresting movie out of impenetrable material. Arendt, a distinguished ....
Faith is not an insurance policy whose terms we are unclear about until we need to consult it; it is the heartbeat of a life passionately lived for God. A strange dichotomy is in play in our management of risk.
IWe all possess a portfolio of relationships, employment and interests which looked like they might capture our future but did not. Some reflection on the role of God in this helps us at the next moment of loss.