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August 16, 2016

One of the gauges on the dashboard of your car monitors the temperature of the engine. A quick glance will tell you if the temperature is within the range that is “normal” or “safe”. It’s not unusual for the temperature to increase somewhat if you are pulling a heavy load or climbing a steep hill, and there is no danger as long as it stays within the safe range. But when something is wrong with the cooling system and the engine temperature climbs into the danger zone, it means you need to address the situation immediately...

August 16, 2016

Over the years I have had the opportunity to travel to regions such as the Golan Heights and Kosovo; places where there is large contingent of peacekeeping forces present because of past conflict. Basically the role of the peacekeeping force is to keep the opposing parties apart. Essentially they serve as a buffer between the two parties, and often are enforcing a “cease-fire”. But the peacekeeping force is needed because it’s evident that true peace is still a long way off.  Although the fighting may have stopped (at leas...

September 18, 2014

Recently my wife and I were flying home on a late night flight after being away for a long weekend, and what I really wanted was to get some sleep on the flight. This proved to be difficult, however, because 2 rows behind me a fellow traveler was snoring…loudly. As I listened to him (at least I think it was a him), I was reminded of how often we hear things we don’t want to hear and miss the things very things we should be hearing.

 

This is true not only on the plane, but in much of life. As a mediator, I am often called up...

February 22, 2014

Over the years I have had the opportunity to travel to regions such as the Golan Heights and Kosovo; places where there is large contingent of peacekeeping forces present because of past conflict. Basically the role of the peacekeeping force is to keep the opposing parties apart. Essentially they serve as a buffer between the two parties, and often are enforcing a “cease-fire”. But the peacekeeping force is needed because it’s evident that true peace is still a long way off.  Although the fighting may have stopped (at leas...

January 7, 2014

One of my favorite TV shows growing up was “Happy Days”, and like most teen age males, the character I admired the most was Arthur Fonzarali  aka “The Fonz.” While he was the epitome of cool, he did have one serious character flaw- he could never admit he was wrong. He could never bring himself to say “I am sorry.” The truth is, many of us find it difficult to say those words.  As a result, our relationships suffer. Marriages are strained, friendships are lost, and professional relationships are negatively impacted becaus...

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