from the editor's desk
Every teacher knows the kind of students that are able to distract the whole class in a minute, without caring about reprimands. A third-grade-teacher discovered her first and most important task…
By Maria Villar
As you’ll see in this issue, some choices can be radical, but they can inspire us to make our own changes in the way we live — and every little step is important.
Whatever your calling in life is, we at Living City wish you the greatest fulfillment along your unique way!
To reach an undivided life is a lifelong effort. Let’s strive together for a more unified, integrated life — recognizing that each present moment can be an expression of our faith and deepest convictions.
Dialogue can open a pathway to reach our dream of a more united world. But how exactly does it happen and with whom?
It requires a deep examination of values and an open engagement among people of diverse religious and cultural traditions to promote peace.
Everyone cries out for transformation … for the better, of course! And this happens especially in situations that are difficult, or without hope. With a nod to Gandhi, this issue affirms that we all can be the change.
In this issue, we’ll look at experiences in the world of education.
This month we remember Len Szczesniak, whose daily choice to love others will continue to profoundly inspire everyone, be they old or young, of any race, religion or gender.
"When love of neighbor is resolute and determined, it can actually cause a hidden revolution."