The End of 14 Years

Even though I moved into my loft in August of 1999, I still remember coming to see it before the purchase. It was big, spacious, bare, with boring white walls, unpainted metal ceiling, primitive and minimal kitchen, polished plywood on the upper floor, and – for some strange reason – the washer and dryer were […]

One More Day

Today’s Reflection is about my time in India, that is coming to an end.   I have just one more day to complete my almost 3-weeks visit to India. Mostly to teach a 2-week course at the School of Inspired Leadership (, which is an innovative year-long MBA degree oriented around the 5 values of […]

Between two stories

Today’s Reflection is about integrating a duality of a life. Definitely mine. Perhaps yours too. I don’t have children of my own, which is a life choice of a long time ago. However, some of my friends do. This begs an interesting question, along the lines of “What kind of a world am I leaving […]

Three Questions

Today’s Reflection is about a story that crossed my path, “The Three Questions” by Leo Tolstoy. And even though it crossed my path a long time ago, it is somehow ever more relevant today. One day it occurred to a certain emperor that if he only knew the answers to three questions, he would never […]