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At a time when the current voices feed us words that divide, degrade and disillusion, I decided to look for some voices that stand the test of time. Our friend and mentor, Dan Miller, armed me last week with the book Great Quotes from Great Leaders. It takes a walk through the historical words of the most remarkable, like Ben Franklin, Nelson Mandela, Helen Keller and Douglas MacArthur.
As a United Nations diplomat, humanitarian and First Lady of twelve years, Eleanor…
This week, America witnessed a monumental moment that will forever be marked in time.
Jerry Emmett was 8 years old when women in Arizona were given the right to vote. At the age of 102, she stood on the convention floor and nominated the first female candidate from a major party for President of United States. In 1984, we had our first female vice presidential candidate representing a major American political party. The Nineteenth Amendment of United States Constitution…
Last night, I met a three week old baby. Baby’s are so sweet and cuddly. As I was driving home it struck me all over again how utterly dependent babies are on someone else to take care of them. There is absolutely nothing they can do for themselves — not getting dressed, not finding food, not even comforting themselves. It all has to come from some other place. So my question today is who takes care of you? Well, of course you do. You are the one who takes care of you. The better…Continue
Whether or not Holy Week is a part of your faith system, it’s doubtful that you have missed the fact that this is Holy Week. One of the authors who recorded the events of that week started describing Sunday morning with the word “it was still dark.” Obviously he was referring to the time of day but also to the state of things. The state of things on that day were grim. Many had put their hope in someone that was now dead. As I read those words this week, I thought about the state of…Continue