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  • Better to "Dare Mighty Things"

    “Far better it is to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs, even though checkered by failure, than to rank with those poor spirits who neither enjoy much nor suffer much, because they live in the grey twilight that knows neither victory nor defeat.” -Theodore […] More

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    See Me

    When you look at me,  It’s like I’m not even there. You treat me like I’m a wall, like I am less than, like I’m not even human. I stay locked in your shadow, Afraid to break out,  Fearing that you won’t accept me. But […] More

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    Ageism Is Discrimination Against Seniors

    Ageism is a real issue in today’s young oriented society. Some examples of ageism include:  Losing a job because of your age.  Being refused interest-free credit,  Being refused a new credit card,  Being denied auto insurance, or travel insurance  Receiving a lower quality of service […] More

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    Empathy – The World Needs More Of It

    What is empathy and do you practice it? The Mirriam-Webster dictionary defines empathy as “the action of understanding, being aware of, being sensitive to, and vicariously experiencing the feelings, thoughts, and experience of another of either the past or present without having the feelings, thoughts, […] More

  • Tourist Pollution Becoming a Bigger Problem

    The world has too many people.  And, of the current world population, there are too many people in the wrong places and not enough in the right places. Couple the “too many people in the wrong place” statement with the planet’s resources becoming more and […] More

  • What is justice?

    Every news outlet, online or otherwise, in the wake of George Floyd’s unnecessary death, has a story that describes protestors (understandably) “looking for justice.”  But what is justice?  In the old west, it meant an angry mob went after the offender and escorted him by […] More

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    Can I Live?

    Can I live? Yes, everyday black people breathe differently than others. Because breathing differently means knowing and acknowledging we don’t have the same experiences as others on a day to day basis. We walk around with 10 ears and 20 pairs of eyes. I as […] More

  • THE CHOICE IS OURS

    My friend, Diane, serves lunch at Saint Vincent de Paul. Daily she serves meals to the lines of the homeless and down-and-out. Voluntarily she does so: to anonymously give back to her community as well as to support her spiritual practice. Not everyone there is […] More

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    The Madness of King Donald

    There is something becoming very apparent that should be very, very alarming to the populace of the US. The king is mad.  Madness in US leaders is not uncommon.  What is madness? It can be loosely defined as a mental illness of such a severe […] More

  • Our Lost Cousins

    Our last remaining cousins, the Neanderthals, died out approximately 35,000 years ago.  They were the second to last surviving bipedal apes before vanishing into the mists of time. We, homo sapiens, are the last ones standing. And, we are the final ones from a total […] More

  • Ancient Farming Technologies

    There is no doubt that technology has advanced by leaps and bounds over the last century. Some technologies … computers in this particular instance … are already outdated by the time they hit the retail store shelves. Nobody is advocating giving up computers and going […] More

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