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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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HOLIDAYS ARE NOT ALWAYS WARM AND FUZZY

Originally posted on AHUELON NEWS JOURNAL:
Holidays change over the years depending on age and circumstances.  I am a senior and Bipolar, and those two thing color my emotions and feelings of well-being. My extended family lives in TX, CO,…

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An Unasked Question Answered….A Surprising Gift From a Friend.

A friend’s guidance showed me my current purpose.  Purposes change over a lifetime. God sees the big picture of why we are here on earth, but we only see a chapter at a time as we amble through life.  I … Continue reading

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