I had the pleasure of meeting John last night at the Magers & Quinn bookstore. We missed his formal presentation on his new book, Living Proof, but conversed afterward. We talked about how important it is to sit down and have eye-to-eye personal conversations and dialogues these days... ones where you can see the expression on someone's face, and hear the intonation in his or her voice, and feel what's really in their heart. These are days that are begging for this type of authentic listening and conversation, and learning about each other. It's exciting to think about the kinds of stories that open up for sharing when this happens. Thanks for sharing him as a resource through the InCommons network.
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