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A Child's Question:
What Are Your Fondest Childhood Memories?

by Jon Simonds

My fondest childhood memories is a tough question to answer, which is to say I probably didn't
have the greatest of childhoods. My memories don't take me back much beyond my days in elementary school, a big
New York City public school on Prospect Avenue in the Flatbush section of Brooklyn. The school and the neighborhood
seemed to stand apart from what was going on in the rest of the country...Continued



Hospice Care:
A Personal Perspective

by Joel H. Straussner, Ph. D.


Maybe it is my inherent optimism that helps me cope.

Talking to others helps as does writing this piece.

Sometimes, maybe it is the scotch I drink that helps me fall asleep.

Continued









New Building Embodies High Performing Future
Pioneering technologies for healthy indoor living
by Lese Dunton

The hydrangea flowers in their sales office lasted over two weeks, twice as long as usual.

Then they realized the bowl of grapefruits on the table remained fresh for over six weeks - without refrigeration.

What's going on?...Continued






"...Conflict resolution. Whether it starts in the home or the neighborhood, the town, the state - let's just see if we can't talk to each other, rather than talking passed each other, and try to lower the amount of anger that's out there."



Michael Douglas on Democracy in the Time of Covid

Upside and downside.

First the downside:

  • General disrepair, a breaking down of the system.

  • A number of treaties have broken down.

  • Some countries are forming a more populist regime, less democratic.

  • Even with our elections, there were questions about manipulations.

  • We have this world crisis with the pandemic, which is affecting all the countries in the world right now, neutralizing them
    to some extent. We have vulnerabilities in China, in Russia, the United States, I think it's 180 countries.

    And now the upside...

    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    

    
    

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