Tag: The Journey

Why We Work – Louise Bush-Brown on Sir Christopher Wren

“Perhaps you have heard the story of Christopher Wren, one of the greatest of English architects, who walked one day unrecognized among the men who were at work upon the building of St. Paul’s cathedral in London which he had designed. “What are you doing?” he inquired of one of the workmen, and the man replied, “I am cutting a piece of stone.” As … Read More Why We Work – Louise Bush-Brown on Sir Christopher Wren

Travelers

“The true traveler is he who goes on foot, and even then, he sits down a lot of the time.” -Colette, Paris From My Window, 1944 I live in a “small” commuter town about 1 mile across the Hudson from Manhattan. Every morning I see hundreds of professionals emerging from the side streets and marching down the main avenue to bus stops and trains. … Read More Travelers