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Imitate What is Good:

Dear friend, do not imitate what is evil but what is good. Anyone who does what is good is from God. Anyone who does what is evil has not seen God. 316 more words


Everyday Heroes by Vicki Hinze


We all have our visions of what a hero looks like. We’re all right and probably wrong because, with our preconceived notions, we often overlook the Hero Next Door, the everyday hero, and that hero is often the very one who makes a lifelong impact on specific lives, and on the public who eventually discovers him or her. 658 more words

Vicki Hinze

The Secrets of Painters, Bank Robbers, and Social Workers

“We don’t make mistakes, just happy little accidents,” was one of many Zen-like observations of Bob Ross, host of PBS’ “The Joy of Painting” series that ran from 1983 to 1994. 673 more words

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Irena Sendler

* A re-post in honor of remembering the Holocaust.*

Irena Sendler

During World War 2 Mrs. Irena Sendler was working as a social worker when she formed an underground organization, Zegota, in order to rescue Jewish children from the Warsaw Ghetto. 83 more words

Heroic Vignettes

Saturday Night Live Affection.

The heroic affection of Irena Sendlerowa.

        I would like to take my today’s article as an opportunity to say a few words on one of the most important, impressive and, sadly, often forgotten heroes of the Second World War-Irena Sendler, also known as Irena Sendlerowa. 269 more words

Saturday Night Live.

My Hero Monday: Irena Sendler

allthingswordy believes in gender equality. It really does. With all the alarming statistics and with the media saturated with sexual portrayals of women (and every other generalisation under the sun) allthingswordy wants to get… 437 more words


Know Your Rights--October 20, 2014

I cannot believe how quickly time is moving. It is now getting close to the end of October. This is probably my favorite time of year–the big holidays! 686 more words

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