Why Leadership Should Not Be a Measure of the Individual Leader’s Character
Leadership needs to empower others to act with integrity.
It might be a cliché, but “To err is human” is
What If I Told You There Is an Easy Way to Feel Incredible —One that also Makes You a Better Person?
No, it's not a pill or a drug.
The best thing about it is that it doesn'
Queering the Lead: Embracing the Power of Unique Stories and Authenticity in Leadership
Contemplative Reflections, Part 5: Leadership for a more inclusive, conscious, and humane society.
Leadership is not just about directing or
Embracing the Fluid Self: Reflections on Gender and Identity
Contemplative Reflections, Part 4: Celebrating diversity, challenging norms, and cultivating acceptance.
Contemplative Reflections on Connection, Sex, and Liberation
Part 2: The celebration of diversity to cultivate human connection and understanding.
Following my first post in this series, Acceptance
What Is the Common Good, Who Controls It, and Why Is It Difficult to Define?
Nurturing harmony: exploring the fragile essence of the common good.
How can we define a common good for all people
Acceptance & Belonging: Contemplations About the Challenges and Aspirations of LGBTQ+ People
Part 1: On the fundamental human experiences of societal norms and self-discovery.
Several years ago, I published a collection of
The Necessity of Appealing to Innate Human Dignity Instead of Furthering Argument and Division
Self-mastery is not about agreeing with other people’s opinions or keeping silent — it demonstrates your humility and respect for
If You Believe You Can Change the World or Other People, You Are Acting Unskilfully
You need to evolve and be the change to inspire others to follow your lead.
For years, I thought I
Why “Sincerely Held Religious Beliefs” Are Hypocritical, Insincere, and Killing LGBTQ2S+ People
The religious right is effectively and self-righteously working to decimate human freedoms and LGBTQ2S+ lives.
If you value your freedom