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Journey in Dialog

A means to better ends ™

 

17: Educators

17: EDUCATORS Welcome to the 17th post in our Journey in Dialog. Some educators worry that the often well-worn and biased lectures delivered in colleges don’t equip the next generations for the practices needed to participate in the transformation of the world. Too...

16: Relationships

16: RELATIONSHIPS Welcome to the 16th post in our Journey in Dialog. Dialog is about relationships. “The quality of your life is the quality of your relationships.” -Tony Robbins In his Medium Blog, Anthony Moore reminds us of the challenge to have great...

15: Peptides

15: PEPTIDES Welcome to the 15th post in our Journey in Dialog. Joshua Freedman in a sixseconds article tells about the discoveries of Candace Pert. Even before she was chief of brain biochemistry at the National Institutes of Health, Candace Pert made a breakthrough...

14: Scientists

14: SCIENTISTS Welcome to the 14th post in our Journey in Dialog. Richard Feynman pioneered quantum electrodynamics (QED). He won a share of a Nobel Prize, and his research and explanations were critical in helping to understand the cause of the space shuttle...

13: Business Experience

13: BUSINESS EXPERIENCE Welcome to the 13th post in our Journey in Dialog. Dialog contributes to feelings of ownership, motivation and sustainability. All are important for businesses to be successful. MIT professor, Peter Senge, introduced the business world to...

12: Why Dialog

12: WHY DIALOG? Welcome to the 12th post in our Journey in Dialog. In this post and again in #24 and #36, we will seek to respond to the question, “Why Dialog?” In Post 01, we began with the end in mind by listing nine answers to this question. As we continue this...

11: MUSIC

11: MUSIC Welcome to the 11th post in our Journey in Dialog. One of my favorite musicians is the world-renowned cellist, YO-YO MA. For him, music is dialog. He speaks of his music being communion between himself, his instrument, the scores, and his audience. When you...

10: CONVERSATION

10: CONVERSATION  Welcome to the 10th post in our Journey in Dialog. What does it mean to have a real conversation? Sherry Turkle, a professor at MIT and author of “Reclaiming Conversation: The Power of Talk in a Digital Age,” offers a contemporary perspective about...

08: US-THEM SYNDROME

08: US/THEM SYNDROME Welcome to the 8th post in our Journey in Dialog. As an addition to Post 07, we will highlight a restraining force to dialog that is very much with us. It’s the Us/Them Syndrome. In practice, this syndrome, which is often based on race, ethnicity,...

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Irving Stubbs

The Blog host is Irving Stubbs, with degrees from Davidson College in North Carolina and Union Theological Seminary in New York. He has been a pastor, an urban minister, an author and a consultant to organizations across North America, Europe, in Japan and Hong Kong. He brings to his Blog broad experience and a commitment to the liberating power of dialog.

 

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