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Why Do We Assume People With Disabilities Are Victims?

There was a person speaking at a funeral which I was attending. The person who passed was a dear friend. He died at the age of 33. The person who came up to do a speech and who I will be referencing through this post had an accent and a missing arm. The speaker came from Africa, and he is a barber. Show More Summary

How To Stay On Social Media Without Losing Your Mind

Finding balance on vacation // Photo by Michael Chambers I was recently emailing with a dear friend who I only get to see about once every five years. Our visits are few and far between — not because we live in different cities (she is in New York and I’m in [...]

Something to Think About: The enemy of compassion is …

Let go of fear, if you wish to be compassionate. Dear friend, We were visiting Orlando, Florida. A bus pulled up to drop off a few passengers. A girl, about eight years old, didn’t seem too well. As she was coming out, right before exiting, she threw up. The floor was littered with food. Everyone […]

On The Passing of Paul Meagher

Last week workers’ compensation lost a true professional and I lost a dear friend. I first met Paul Meagher 32 years ago when he was Senior Counsel for Associated Industries of Massachusetts (AIM) and I was a young guy who thought he had a big idea. The idea was that if employers were educated about workers’ compensation […]

The Healthy Truth: Everything you need to know about aging (based on science)

Dear Friend, Aging is inevitable, this much we know. But then why does it seem like some people never look a year older while others look 10 years their senior? Aging is something that is frequently discussed but not very … The postShow More Summary

Trump’s claim attributing the 20-year New York City crime decline to Giuliani’s policies

“Good policing saves lives. My dear friend, Rudy Giuliani, knows a thing or two about this. The policies put into place by Rudy ultimately brought down crime by 76 percent and murder by 84 percent. Think of how many families were saved, how much heartache was prevented, when police were put into communities and criminals […]

Something to Think About: Telling sweet from sour

How to deal with difficult people. Dear friend, I have had a very long love affair with mangoes. Yet I can’t always tell the sweet ones from the sour. Color isn’t always a good guide. Some mangoes are perfectly ripe when green; others turn yellow, orange, or red by the time their mealy starches turn […]

This Tongue Scraper Stopped My Morning Breath

I learned everything I know about the dental arts from a dear friend of mine. He has a big toothy grin, and his breath is always neutral but fresh. At some point I decided to fold that aspect of his personality into mine. Enter the Tongue Sweeper Pro.Why this one? ... More »

Ailing John McLaughlin Misses First ‘The McLaughlin Group’ In 34 Years

An ailing John McLaughlin missed his first episode in 34 years as host of his Sunday political free-for-all The McLaughlin Group. This morning’s installment kicked off with the host’s written note to viewers that read “Dear friends of The McLaughlin Group, Dr. Show More Summary

Kenny Baker (1934-2016), Actor Best Known For Playing R2-D2 in the Star Wars Films

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Today we lost a dear friend. We’ll miss you, Kenny Baker. — Star Wars (@starwars) August 13, 2016 Kenny Baker, 3’8? tall British actor best known for playing R2-D2 in the Star Wars films, has died at age 81 following an extended illness. He also played Fidgit in Terry Gilliam’s Time Bandits and […]

Something to Think About: Do Not Hurt Yourself

Do not let hatred, envy, revenge, or anger (HERA) stay in any corner of your being. Dear friend, Hera was the wife and sister of Zeus, the sky and thunder god in ancient Greek religion. Hera was known for her jealousy and vengeance, which came partly as a reaction to Zeus’s infidelity. The difficulties Hera […]

GMA’s Robin Roberts Remembers ‘My Dear Friend’ John Saunders

"I'll always remember my dear friend for his warmth, his baritone voice and his hearty laugh."

Weekend Escape: A whale of a time in Victoria, B.C.

After rendezvousing in late July with a dear friend in Washington state, we boarded the ferry in Port Angeles for three days in Victoria, British Columbia. We were buoyed by the splendid Canadian summer weather and reveled in our all-day flower tour at the celebrated Butchart Gardens as well as...

Eddie Samuels Funeral Arrangements

2 weeks agoSports / Boxing :

It is with a very heavy heart that we share some sad news about our dear friends Lee and Mary Samuels. Lee is the PR Chief of Top Rank. Their beloved son Eddie, 30, passed away suddenly on Saturday. The … Continue reading ? The post Eddie Samuels Funeral Arrangements appeared first on Boxing News.

How Evangelism Can Be Woven Into All Parts Of An Academic Institution

Evangelism should be a value that shapes all Christian academic institutions. Dear Friends, When I visit campuses I sometimes hear the following complaint about making evangelism an explicit value: “We’re an academic institution, not a Bible college!” The underlying worry is that the academic mission will be displaced by evangelism. Show More Summary

Something to Think About: Compassion and Suffering

Let suffering, personal or witnessed, evoke compassion, until you reach a point where your compassion is spontaneous without the need for suffering. Dear friend, Suffering, personal or witnessed, often leaves a residue. That residue could be a painful scar that invades many future conscious moments. This scar takes away hope, crushes trust, and makes you […]

Don't Be Silent About What Matters

Inspired by my dear friend Mary Alice Stephenson I share something I wrote last week-because I agree- it's important to not be silent. These frames sit on my desk. I share this photo because I am not "Political". I appreciate GREAT leaders. Show More Summary

Newswire: Massive Attack’s new video is awesome, obviously

English trip-hop stalwarts Massive Attack just released three new songs to tide fans over until the full-length follow-up to 2010’s Heligoland: “Dear Friend,” “The Spoils,” which features Mazzy Star vocalist Hope Sandoval, and the Ghostpoet collaboration “Come Near Me,” which was introduced along with a gorgeous video. Show More Summary

Massive Attack – “Come Near Me” (Feat. Ghostpoet) Video & “The Spoils” (Feat. Hope Sandoval)

4 weeks agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

A few days ago UK legacy trip-hoppers Massive Attack debuted “Come Near Me,” “The Spoils,” and “Dear Friend” on their iPhone app, Fantom, which they also used to release their Ritual Spirit EP. Hopefully realizing that most people aren’t going to have an app for one specific artist because phone memory is so frustratingly limited, […]

Seller wanted £50 for Krysia’s stolen £200,000 Gofriller

The London violinist Krysia Osostowicz, who got her precious violin back within a day after it was stolen, has posted a note of thanks to all who helped in the search: Dear Friends, for those of you who haven’t already heard, I’m thrilled to report that my violin has been recovered! A woman took it in […]

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