Bob Knotts | May 24, 2012
This week we celebrate the birthday of Ralph Waldo Emerson. With each passing year, I gain a deeper respect for the work of this remarkable American writer. On Friday, May 25, the Humanity Project will commemorate Emerson’s 209th birthday. He lived from 1803 – 1882, a good long life in those days. Emerson wrote poetry and essays, was an accomplished speaker and a forceful abolitionist. But more than anything, I see Emerson as a philosopher, a man whose experience resulted in profound insights about how to live our lives in the most effective, healthy ways.
Bob Knotts | May 15, 2012
(Editor’s Note: This is a guest blog provided to the Humanity Project by writer Judy Pokras. You’ll find more information about Ms. Pokras at the end of her article.) Because children are at the mercy of the families they are born into; because people have children without knowing what a huge job it is to care [...]
Bob Knotts | May 8, 2012
We will keep this blog post brief. But we wanted to let you know about something that excites us. Yes, the new Humanity Project t-shirts are in. We really do love them! To us, they seem chic and stylish. They also express something about the positive nature of our organization.