It’s never too late to reset. To mark the 2020 fourth of July weekend, some reflections on change and the need to learn from past mistakes.
The silence is coming to an end. The silence has a lesson to teach us. Will we listen? Will we learn? Some thoughts on the end of the coronavirus lockdown and on Black Lives Matter.
This is a time for some of us to speak. It’s a time for others to listen with compassion and empathy. A post inspired by the powerful words of Shereen Daniels.
#MJCarty300: To celebrate the MJCarty.com blog hitting 300 posts, I’m honoured to host a guest post by David D’Souza on the joys of writing, sharing and connecting.
How we can we understand and learn from the disruption to our lives caused by the coronavirus pandemic?
Life can sometimes be as simple or as hellishly complex as we make it. Celebrating some simple and profoundly true wisdom on life from comedian and podcaster Joey Diaz.
The coronavirus pandemic is transforming our world. It also has the potential to be the greatest learning experience of our lives.
We could be heroes. Just for one day? The coronavirus pandemic raises questions about how we treat those we call heroes at the frontline of the crisis.
What do you want the post-pandemic world to look like? This post is inspired by wise words and thoughts from Arundhati Roy, Naval Ravikant and Scott Adams.
There is no right way and no wrong way for us to respond to this situation. Everyone is lost in this maze. But there is a path through.