Things to Consider

The aftermath of the latest shooting by a Policeman who was trying to stop someone who was armed with a gun in Milwaukee illustrates the importance of stopping when asked to stop! Even I know the protocol I should follow

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I Do Not Like Chaos

I am having such a hard time writing because I fell completely overwhelmed by a series of horrific things that are happening here in the United States and all over the world. We are not designed to deal with the

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The Elevator Ride

I have met many wonderful people while stopping at various floors in an elevator and if I had more time this week I would have told my fellow rider the following facts. My life has been a series of miracles,

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The Phone Call

The phone rings, you pick it up and it’s the call that everyone dreads. This sort of phone call produces an indelible memory, and a person can recall word for word, for the rest of their life, every word heard

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How Dare You!

Couples who decide to throw in the towel after 10 or 15 years of marriage should never use their children as ammunition against each other. If you did not know this before, here’s what you need to know: It’s your

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Living Under a Bridge

For years, I have said that they should stop teaching geography and start teaching young people how to prepare for a meaningful, productive life. Understanding as early as possible about the importance of getting a good education so that you

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The First Four Minutes

It doesn’t matter whether its morning, noon, or night. It is those first four minutes when you see someone that are the most important moments of your day. These few minutes will dictate not only how their day will go,

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Intersections

If you’re driving your car and arrive at an intersection, you are approaching one of the most dangerous places you can drive through. Cars and huge trucks are in front of you, next to you, behind you and you don’t

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