January 2009 Carnival of Trust

Diane Levin of Mediation Channel is back and is host/editor of this month’s Carnival of Trust, a selection of posts that explore the issue of trust in human relationships.  Diane has selected 10 posts that, in her words,

[. . .] all share something in common.  It’s their ability to capture, up close and personal, the meaning of trust — its significance, its bestowal, its loss, its redemption.  They bring us face to face with trust — and our individual and collective responsibility to preserve and protect it.

Here’s the post that resonated most with me.

In “The Workplace as Moral Testing Ground“, Mark Brady, blogging at The Committed Parent, writes movingly of the important responsibility that parents, teachers, and others who mentor the young hold for the development of children as moral beings, and with unflinching self-honesty reflects on his own youthful errors.

Check out the other selected posts here.


2 thoughts on “January 2009 Carnival of Trust

  1. Diane Levin

    Arnold, thank you so very much for your support for the Carnival of Trust and steering your readers in that direction! I appreciate it greatly.

    Hope it’s not too late to wish you a very happy new year — 2009 is still young!


  2. dialogicmediation Post author

    My pleasure. Keep up the good work! I don’t think there’s a statute of limitations on good wishes (LOL). May you have a happy, peaceful and prosperous 2009!

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