Last month, I shared this story in my column at Huffington Post. And it occurs to me that you who read my blog might enjoy it as well.
It was the end of a long day of teaching and speaking, followed by a reception, then dinner, then an “informal conversation about changing the world” — two easy chairs on a stage, the conference host in one, and me in the other.
My host asked what keeps me energized. I smiled. “That’s easy,” I told him. “It’s when I watch people realize they can create the future right now, simply by being what they want to see in others.”
Audience members quickly dove in. “What about income disparity? What about climate change? How do we fix those things?” (Continued here)