What name is large enough to encompass all you are? That question and others from Meg Wheatley via Chris Corrigan. Graduate, major donor, Vice President, cancer survivor, Red Sox fan, satisfied customer, client, High Net Worth Individual (HNWI), spouse, daughter, lapsed Buddhist, Obama supporter, mother of three, child of God, native of Colorado, recovering alcoholic? So, in writing about others are we mindful of their largest name? That others are not defined by their instrumentalized relationship to us, our profession, our cause, our call on their allegiance or their money? Let the language in which you address a "donor" ripple over her/him like a veil. Giving as loving kindness is a call beyond the instrumentalization of the self. Give without hope for a world you cannot save. The name large enough to encompass that? Fool, saint?