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Senior Living

Originally posted on A Sassy Lifestyle Blog:
Senior Living Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be a senior citizen? Neither had I. My parents have been in a seniors apartment building for the past five years or so.…

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Walls or Bridges? — the circle of life

This story – or parable – about a very wise carpenter is worth sharing. Food for thought. Thanks to I used to tell a story in my days working in libraries with kids, and its been on my mind … Continue reading

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SAY IT AGAIN: managing chronic pain

Originally posted on Tea and Toast with Kindness:
I’ve mentioned, many times, how disappointed I am in the response to the “opioid crisis”.  The only thing that has been done is what has been done before:  Involving to a greater…

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If you’ve found the path you were meant to follow …

Originally posted on I can't believe it!:
Here’s another poem by Steve Taylor – his take on the famous poem by Rudyard Kipling, ‘If.’ According to Steve, it’s a reflection on the meaning of success. It’s also a profound…

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Area Man Dies Having Spent 93% Of The Miracle Of Existence Bitching About Immigrants

Originally posted on The Out And Abouter:
Don Mitchum. Seen here unable to enjoy a starry night for fear that someone else might also like to enjoy it.  Don Mitchum, 82, of Burlington, Ontario, died fitfully today in his childhood…

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Do the benefits of artificial intelligence outweigh the risks?

Originally posted on The Conversation Room:
The discussion around Artificial Intelligence (AI) can sound a lot like Brexit. It’s coming but we don’t know when. It could destroy jobs but it could create more. There’s even questions about sovereignty, democracy…

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Go forth. Act decent. Call your mother from time to time.

Originally posted on candidkay:
Author Simcha Fisher gets all the credit for my headline. It’s what was on the card I gave my recently minted high school grad last month. And it’s a mantra I wish I could brand into…

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