joseph jaworski


Christmas – a migration story

Last Saturday I was at a great show of Wendy McNeill. Her new album is full of migration stories: Sicilians coming to New Jersey, English orphanages coming to Canada, Curds running fro the poison gas attack. It kept me busy. And this morning I realized, that Christmas is about migration too! Mary and Joseph had to travel to Bethlehem to get registered. They were not welcome, no one wanted to help them. One guy offered them a shed, used for […]


Serving leadership

I just read about a Dutch research. Managers at the top are less in demand of power than high educated people in lower positions. This is remarkable, for all other researches show that power is addicting: the more you have, the more you want/need. Below I have a link to the article. All the respondents of this research are under 45 years old. Is there a new generation coming, who is dealing with power in a different, less addicting way? […]