The walk from “no” to “yes”

Last Updated on Thursday, 2 December 2010 08:01 Written by bryfy Thursday, 2 December 2010 07:58

By now those of you who know me know that I am a big fan of TED. As I watch these episodes (often on my ipPhone to and from my way to work) I find myself smiling to myself. Sometimes I have noticed people seeing me smile and wondering to themselves, “what is this guy smiling about so early in the morning.” What can I say? TED makes me smile. In 18 minutes or less someone shares an idea, makes a few jokes and inspires me – and then my mind begins to tick…

Yesterday I watched William Ury talk about the walk from “no” to “yes.” I don’t even want to pretend to be able to summarize his talk – but I did want to share it with you, particularly in this Hannukah season. So rather than share another animated Hannukah clip with you I wanted to leave you with this.  Ury’s talk has the capacity to shed light into the world and I urge you to watch this video and take some of your own footsteps in the path of Abraham.

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Dreamer or realist?

Imagine today’s world in 60 years time.

Are you willing to take the third side?

Chag Urim Sameach!

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