Dear Hill: A thank you letter to The Hill, for the best four years a young man could ask for in life. Thank you, Hill, for making me the person I am today.
On the Importance of Loving, Listening.....and Crying: A talk on the power of mindfulness, with a few tools to help.
The Difference Between What School is About and What School is For: Mr. Enos shares his perspective on a lifetime spent in schools.
Letting Go: Letting go is about acknowledging the inevitability of change. But you have to let go of what was, in order to enter into what is.
You and I Are Not So Different: Proof that our complicated lives may be united through emotions, values, and memories.
Movie Moments: Meaningful moments in life impact us and live in our hearts. We rarely live them at the same time, but right now we are. Why is connection and conversation important during this universal moment?
My Matryoshka Doll: A Path to Self-Discovery. Do you believe that a Russian nesting doll could represent your life? This is how I pictured my journey to self-love through my time at Hill.
On Fear, Bravery, and Mortality: A talk on the fragility and finitude of the good life and how to transcend fear and base materialism, by way of toilet paper wars and Michelangelo, among other things.
The Power of Persistence: Two stories which prove that the easiest path will never lead you to the greatest destination.
Living in the Now. The importance of being present, both for our own happiness and for the good of others, is something that took me a while to understand. The present is the time when we feel freedom and actuality. Use that freedom to create your life now instead of basing your happiness on something that hasn’t even happened yet.
Hi, my name is ____. If we knew each other better, we would understand each other better.
Things I Didn’t Get to Tell You.
Silver Linings: Mr. Lehman shares how he discovered new opportunities and interests after a devastating knee injury playing sports in high school. What are our silver linings during these challenging and uncertain times?
My Name Is Jonathan: Four stories from my father's life which reflect values of love, effort, respect and fun - qualities that have shaped the man I am today.
7,000 Miles: Do what you love, not necessarily what you're good at, and never, ever take it for granted.
Learning and Loving on Valentine’s Day. A reflection on how facing adversity changed my life and encouraged me to learn from my actions, especially when detached from what I love.
What Happens to Us Informs Our Outlook: While we should never forget to work hard for all that we want to accomplish, working hard is not what makes life worth living. We do that by having fun, and I wish someone had told me sooner not to feel guilty for it.
The Importance of Humor: Don’t take yourself too seriously and remember to laugh every day.
A Life of Service. The importance of being of service in small and large ways to broaden our awareness and connections with other people.
Know the Count: A story of three baseball games