Memento Mori

Memento Mori

About this time last year, I had the opportunity to romp through England, Wales and Scotland. Exploring ancient abbeys and graveyards made me feel an odd kind of hiraeth—a Welsh term, fittingly, that refers to “a homesickness for a home to which you cannot return, a...
Aristotle for Entrepreneurs

Aristotle for Entrepreneurs

Brandon Zaffini & Ben Kafferlin Today’s entrepreneur would benefit from an occasional history lesson. She would do well to heed the advice of ancient philosophers like Aristotle and Plato. Really. Consider the following from Aristotle, a theorist who was not...
Of The Father’s Love Begotten

Of The Father’s Love Begotten

One of my earliest memories is of a cold, dark night in the backseat of my parent’s Century Buick on the way to see my grandfather for Christmas. I distinctly remember listening to beautiful old hymns on a wobbly tape as we passed houses adorned with Christmas...