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Walking the beach I am caught by the ordered chaos of blue and white shards oriented around a large center shell What a great image of centered-set thinking I muse and pull out my phone to capture the image Isnt a part of the deans job to keep pointing ...

My course began with an iconic book by bell hooks and ended after several other readings with a beloved text by Parker Palmer On the last day of class a white woman student came up to me to tell me how much she enjoyed the course she had earned ...

I imagine that once upon a time a child joyfully ran along the beach in this sandal - picking up shells building sculptures in the sand playing in the waves But after a season at sea this sandal would be difficult to walk in its nearly broken in half ...

The ocean dynamic powerful and vast the dean must be willing to be there walking with and leading others into the movements of change The dunes - stable protective and slow the dean must be a stable and sustaining presence standing strong with others in the midst of storms ...

The image of the beach environment displays its givens: sand sea sky dunes plants even the unseen particles in the air The image of the boardwalk and private property sign shows a passable boundary onto which one can walk to the beach It provides narrow bounded access to a ...