I Have Begun to Wonder What is Important to Me as I Consider a Legacy

I Have Begun to Wonder What is Important to Me as I Consider a Legacy

Former New York Yankee great Yogi Berra was once quoted as saying: “If you don’t know where you are going, you’ll end up someplace else.” About seven years ago I began a journey of living more intentionally in my spiritual relationship with God, as a person, as a husband, as a father and as a […]

No Longer Burdened as The Keeper of Things

For 30 days this summer, when I was between semesters and my college-age children were taking classes and living in dorms, I spent seven hours a day purging my home. Every closet, cabinet, drawer, and corner of my garage was attacked with laser focus. I filled close to 40 trash bags, made eight trips to […]

Veterans at University Offer Different Perspectives for Students, Faculty

As students flood the campus to begin the new school year, there is one group that offers a unique—and welcome—point of view to discussions of war and peace: veterans who have experienced firsthand the fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan, seen the rising tensions in South Korea, or served on ships dispatched to the latest world […]

The Magic of America: a Roller Coaster of Opportunities

As an immigrant born in Delhi, India, I must stress that the United States has provided me with the opportunity to achieve most of my dreams. It has never questioned what I look like, where I was from or what I wanted to achieve. In turn, I made a pact with it – to work […]