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There Are Better Approaches That Could Benefit Education Rather Than Walk-outs

A great current day educator, Jordan Peterson, once said that protests and walk-outs are lazy and ineffective ways to initiate change. Protests create a lot of yelling and acting out, and counter any meaningful exchange of ideas that could bridge … Continue reading

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An Accidental Encounter Showed Me A Glimpse Of A Steller Friendship

I had just finished writing a blog on friendship and was ready to publish, when I got the urge to take a break, so I jumped in my car and headed to a local park for some sunshine and “fresh … Continue reading

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Talking and Listening are Worlds Apart………..HEARING IS AN ART

This was written in 2014. The message is still a good one today. Listen carefully to those you care about. They may be saying something important that you need to hear. Communicating from my heart and soul about being Bipolar … Continue reading

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