From the Daily News, more on those “forever families” we’re all so focused on:
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They gave up on their “hard-to-place” adopted kids — but not on the government check intended for the discarded kids’ care.
How much a person comes to depend upon friendship in a lifetime is beyond comprehension to ordinary thought. As author Massimo Pigliucci says of Aristotle, ‘Aristotle’s opinion was that friends hold a mirror up to each other; through that mirror they can see each other in ways that would not otherwise be accessible to them, and it is this (reciprocal) mirroring that helps them improve themselves as persons. 492 more words
The state senator for our district, a friend from our church, has been working on behalf of our family to have an amendment added to a senate bill that calls for specific types of foster families (those who have filed paperwork to adopt) to be considered a party to the case in their child’s TPR trial. 877 more words