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Posts tagged ‘Fall 2018’

TAKE A DEEP BREATH

By Michael Strelcheck How much stress can a person take? Maybe it’s me, but there seems to be an ever increasing sense of anxiety to life!…

Due Respect

By Mary Summerbell John McCain. I’ve always had mixed feelings about him. There are big differences between us. He was a Republican. I’m basically a Democrat. He…

Donald J. Trump *

By Dale Lucht I put his name with an asterisk, because I think that is the way he will be remembered in the history books-an incidental…

Incivility in the Workplace

By Doris Deits An interesting topic was highlighted in a recent CBS news report – Incivility in the workplace. Rudeness in the workplace is up and…

Frogs

By Dianne Witte With all the rain we’ve had lately, chances are you’ve seen a frog or two recently. Just because they aren’t unexpected, doesn’t mean…

Happiness is an Inside Job

By Kay Frazier Along with light-reading novels, I’ve read a number of interesting non-fiction books lately: Jane Hawking’s book about life with Stephen Hawking, “Drawdown” about…

The Clowns

By Mary Summerbell Recently, while binge-watching news of the Senate hearing for Supreme Court judge nominee Brett Kavanaugh, I had plenty of time to observe, ponder,…

My Legacy from Angry Parents

By Arline Rowden On Father’s Day I saw so many Facebook posts from children, mostly adults, about the love and teachings from their fathers who are…

Is  EQ  the New IQ?

By Doris Deits One of the first books I remember reading after I made the decision to plunge down my path for spiritual betterment was Daniel…