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You Can Be a Mentor

By Joe Wilson As Julia was rounding third base, she glanced up at me as I was waving her to home plate. She said nothing, but a lot was communicated in that glance: Don’t you know how tired I am? Can I really make it? Are you really telling me to go home? She rounded […]

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Do You Really Want to Be Different?

By Joe Wilson Every generation is raised in a different context, and inside that context is a subset of culturally acceptable behaviors. They may or may not be moored in religious tradition, but they will be present. For my parents, these behaviors were underscored in the Christian subculture of rural Pennsylvania in the 1940s and […]