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Being Human and Human Rights?

Good Day, God!

Here is Dr. Odontuya Davaasuren — in the center with two nurses — she is my nominee for the title of Hero. For years she was helpless as patients in her native Mongolia died in pain. 270 more words


Kennedy's political corollary to Newton's Third Law

As in physics, so in politics: for every action there is a reaction, perhaps not equal nor precisely opposite, but reliably contrary nonetheless.

–David M. Kennedy, 

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The Word Frees Us from Fear

Some of us keep company with fear.  We are used to it and filter our decisions and behaviors through it.  Many times we are not even aware of what we are doing.   570 more words

I Am Determined to See Things Differently

Lesson 2

Most of my life I have acted as if I were a robot, responding to what other people said or did. Now I recognize that my responses can be determined only by the decisions I make. 54 more words

The Fretnotters' Club by Beth Smith*

Are you a worrywart? Worrying is something most of us do even if we don’t want to do it. Barbara Johnson once wrote that, “Worry is wasting today’s time to clutter up tomorrow’s opportunities with yesterday’s troubles.” 496 more words

Fear, Frogs, and Freedom

I had a dream a few years ago. I was in my Grandma’s house and I went to use the bathroom.  When I looked into the toilet, the water was clear and there was a tiny frog in the water. 833 more words