Do we really make a difference in the world? Can even tiny acts of kindness live on into the future? Discovering a 2,000 year old clay treasure on the beach in Ecuador leads one process thinker (me) into all kinds of philosophizing about the past . . . and the past in the present . . . and well, you’ll just have to read it!
Click here to read my essay, “Our Ongoing Influence in the World”–and see more photos of my treasures–in Jesus, Jazz, and Buddhism: Process Thinking for a More Hospitable World.
Wonderful essay; I enjoyed the circumstances you created & I agree, acts of kindness live forever. Nancy
Nancy, you are the very FIRST comment on my new author’s blog–so exciting! I’m glad it’s you! Hope all is well in Cuenca. Thanks so much for your kind comment. I love the inspiration I find here in Ecuador. I’m sure you do, too!