Monthly Archives: August 2010

Declaration of Commitment to Education

When in the course of human population growth, it becomes necessary for communities to dissolve school bus routes which have connected them with one another, and to assume among the elementaries of this school district, the separate and equal station … Continue reading

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Celebrate Grandparents Day in September

  Celebrate Grandparents Day (photo by kakisky) It may be that not enough is said about National Grandparents Day. If it has not been observed yet, now would be a good time to get in touch with those grandparents! Celebrate … Continue reading

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Cloud Skiing

While on a 1993 flight from Houston to my hometown of Tulsa to visit relatives, I found myself in a meditative place, lost in wonder at the clouds close enough to touch.  .  . I was looking out the window … Continue reading

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Pennies and Prayers — A Tsunami of Love

Robert Frost said every poem begins with a lump in the throat. Sometimes pain can spur one to action: When I first heard, it was only background.  But it soon became a noise that couldn’t be ignored. It thundered through … Continue reading

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Seniors Use Lifestyle to Maintain Their Health

  Daily Eating Habits Increase Senior Health – jeltovski on MorgueFile The lack of good health ripples through the family, caregiver, and even to society as a whole. It can domino into problems of finances, stress and illness. Seniors and … Continue reading

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Learn with the Heart – As Well as the Mind

[Although this was originally written for an International Day of Peace event, it has been used with students and parents a number of times. This applies to people of all ages, including graduates.] Its fascinating, and sometimes horrifying, to see … Continue reading

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