Monthly Archives: March 2017

“Be the Change, Itself”

From “The Purple Flower”: “Don’t break a soul and then tell it to be happy. Don’t see the worst in a person and expect them to see the best in you. Don’t judge people and expect them to stand by … Continue reading

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The Paradox of Liberty Joined Forever with Egalitarianism

Below were my words, written on March 23, 2017, in response to Jay Bookman’s words regarding the Republican model for healthcare for Americans: (Link to Bookman’s blog on the subject of eliminating Obamacare: http://jaybookman.blog.myajc.com/2017/03/23/opinion-winners-in-health-reform-probably-dont-include-you/ ) They refuse to see it … Continue reading

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Human, Animal, Plant Life

So many additional thoughts have been generated in my thinking regarding the variances between human, animal, and plant life and WHY we should honor all, with equal humility. All contain differing degrees of the continuum of consciousness of life, and … Continue reading

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“Mary Elizabeth, kill it before it multiplies.” :-)

My words to others on Jay Bookman’s blog, March 18, 2017, in loving memory of my father. Mary Elizabeth: “Here is a priceless comment from a fellow that caught my eye out of the over 1000 comments on Facebook about … Continue reading

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Shooting Them, First, Would Be Kinder

I posted the following on Jay Bookman’s blog on March 14, 2017: ” A poster stated, earlier, that the top 10% create 80% of the wealth in this nation through their taxed income. Many agreed with him that these people … Continue reading

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How To Embrace Diversity In Schools As An Asset Instead Of As A Liability

The following video should be shared as a resource for teaching students how to embrace diversity in schools as an asset instead of as a liability. Thank you, Denise.

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Read “Dark Money” to become politically aware of the reasons behind America’s dramatic political change over the past four decades

I want to try to educate this reading public as to what has happened to our nation to turn it so conservative toward the free market’s imposing itself upon every aspect of American institutional life, including that within the educational … Continue reading

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