The Epistle of Q — Chapter 108

And let us discuss 3/4’s of a Century… Strange Christmas week in many ways. Saturday I awoke at about 5:00 a.m. but didn’t get out of bed and get active for about three hours. I basically lay there and reflected on the fact that I actually reached the three-quarter century mark less than three weeks […]

The Epistle of Q — Chapter 107

There’s hope for our planet yet… The Okanagan Water Board’s Stewardship Council has interesting presentations at their regular meetings and December’s was no exception. Two individuals from Environment and Climate Change Canada gave valuable insights into the way the world is unfolding. Doug Lundquist is a Meteorologist and David Hutchinson is a Hydrometric Specialist. Doug […]

The Epistle of Q — Chapter 106

As you know, over my years as a Management Consultant as well as Adjunct Professor I have led a great many strategic planning workshops (or classes of the same). Recently, having divested myself of roles with the local Strata Council and having a congregation I was assisting in their Strategic Visioning decide to go in […]

The Epistle of Q — Chapter 105 (e)

AME (cont’d) As I mentioned earlier, Friday was a fairly full & lengthy day. The second Keynote Lecture led off the afternoon sederent. Dipayan Ghosh from the John F. Kennedy School of Government (Harvard) gave the address: Digital Deceit & the Moral Mayhem: Effects of Technology, Precision Propaganda & the Internet. He began by showing […]

The Epistle of Q — Chapter 105 (d)

AME (cont’d) Friday was a fairly full day. It started with the Kohlberg Memorial Lecture which was delivered by Larry Walker of UBC (note: Lawrence Kohlberg was one of the original founders of AME and for the longest time his research into the stage of moral reasoning formed a focal point to each and every […]

The Epistle of Q — Chapter 105 (c)

AME Conference (cont’d — after a bit of a delay due to the annual Grey Cup trip which included side excursions to Montreal, Ottawa & Kingston) Thursday afternoon… The next series of conversations addressed other aspects of the challenges of moral decision-making. Eric Torres of Harvard has examined the issue of Civics on Social Media: […]