Every November time stops, for just a minute. The act of remembrance is passive by definition; we recall an event, a person, or moment that's seeded in the past. But what happens when we take those static acts and allow them to bump up against other events, and people, and moments? To let them live.
In the aftermath of the Arab Spring, the ancient country of Yemen is enjoying a fragile peace.
Success is a fine balance. It requires fine-tuning minute details but also absorbing context and long-term goals.
Toronto is rich—in business, in arts, and in an absolutely booming building industry. Yet despite these strengths, the city has persistent weaknesses.
Cancer is a big bully, and our job is to summon the strength to fight back.