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Do libraries have a role to play for people with dementia?

I was at the launch of the WhoseShoes® Dementia Friendly Communities project in West Kent yesterday, and, just as WhoseShoes® founder Gill Phillips promised, the conversations and ideas flowed thick and fast. 453 more words


The Basis of Morality, Part 2: Obligation

In this post I am going to offer an account of the basis of moral obligation. When we ask about the basis of moral obligations, I take us to be asking for an explanation for why objective moral obligations exist? 3,481 more words

"It Was An Honor to Hold You"


The following is a viral letter from a father to his second son, who passed away half way through his wife’s pregnancy.

This piece was originally posted on the blog… 576 more words


My Own Happy

Harry was running around the oval at soccer practice the other day, jumping and laughing and tackling the soccer coach dads with the rest of his middle-of-the-school-holidays-mad teammates. 610 more words


Udall Ad Attacks GOP's Gardner Over Abortion

DENVER (AP) – Democratic Senator Mark Udall aired the first ad of his closely-watched re-election campaign on Tuesday, highlighting his challenger’s opposition to abortion rights. 272 more words


So, true to course, I’m still toiling on what the main focus of this blog should be. Let me share a bit of my thought process before I open the floor. 944 more words

Bolivia Grants Mother Earth Her Legal Rights

In December of 2010, Bolivia became the world’s FIRST country to provide comprehensive legal rights to MOTHER NATURE by passing Law 71, better known as the “ 767 more words