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We want families to be able to stay in their homes!

I had the fortune of participating in a webinar with Dr. Ben Carson this morning. The call was to discuss Federal actions being taken during the COVID-19 pandemic from his perspective as Secretary of Housing and Urban Development. There are … Continue reading

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Did we move into a new era in record time without knowing?

Over the centuries, the past shows us many periods in world history. I’m not sure that the individuals of these times knew the significance of change as it occurred over the years during their lifetime. Did the people see themselves … Continue reading

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What is the hidden pandemic we have grown accustomed to today?

An information crisis! The crisis is in the news and on social media. I won’t take a side as there is good evidence of bias all around us, no matter your persuasion. But, we must realize the agendas today are … Continue reading

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Random acts of kindness give us hope!

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Who survives crisis?

If we look at humanity and the roles we have played over centuries, it isn’t the most intellectual, nor is it the strongest who survive, but those who adapt to the changing environment. In times of historical disruption, transformation is … Continue reading

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Our leaders can learn from the pandemic

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Our millennial children are writing history!

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Thank those who are making our lives better!

The other night I saw a news story where highrise residents of New York would lean out their windows and cheer for hospital workers as they completed their shift changes. I have healthcare workers in my family who are engaged … Continue reading

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Why our millennial children may be the best the world has seen!

Our millennial children have lived through three (four) decades, two centuries, and are now in their second millennium. During their life, they have seen the world’s population increase by one-third from six billion people to eight. Poverty across the world … Continue reading

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