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BoonLi wants Equality

July 19, 2011 2 min read

“My mother was never allowed to take the exams to go to college. She never got over that. I’m sur...
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Sally does Stability

July 11, 2011 3 min read

“Running a farm is a constant cycle of financial ups and downs – fertilizer, equipment and better...
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Dave relies on Belief

July 09, 2011 3 min read

“I suppose all of my priorities in life are actually based on my belief in God. I make my decisio...
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Roy and Joy

July 06, 2011 3 min read

“Why would I go to work every day if I wasn’t having fun on the job? Wouldn’t I look for somethin...
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Faye: The Good of Society

June 24, 2011 3 min read

“There is nothing in the world that is as important to me as my family. I believe that family wil...
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Chanthol: The Good of Growth

June 18, 2011 4 min read

“Why do you keep saying the house is so big?” Chanthol asks with an air of exasperation. “There a...
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Lynn: a life lived for the Good of Life

June 15, 2011 3 min read

One of Lynn’s earliest memories is of a casket. Her brother Jimmy had been such an exciting playm...
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Introduction to the Eight Great Goods

June 04, 2011 3 min read

Good people disagree often — and sometimes violently. 
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The End of Perfect?

April 10, 2011 4 min read

While I was living in arguably the best hotel in Singapore for a year, I mustered my courage, app...
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Japan’s greatest good: Life

March 12, 2011 18 min read

It is hard to say there is one country that necessarily epitomizes a focus on “life” as its Great...
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The 8 Great and Change (How do we become something different?)

February 21, 2011 14 min read

Maybe I always thought that change was an important component of leadership … I really can’t reme...
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What will Egypt become?

February 09, 2011 4 min read

For thirty years, the greatest Good of the government of Egypt has been Stability. To preserve th...
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