My colleague Eric Nelson, Committee on Publication for Northern California, shared his perspective on the question of racism that was posted on Communities Digital News. Eric wrote: “I’ve heard some people that I know and like saying quite offensive things,” said Carol Lindsay, a white, 80-year-old Londoner speaking with NPR about the uptick in racially […]
A guest post written by Michele Karlskind from Los Angeles, California Who of us has not encountered times when we wondered about our lives, worried about our present or future direction, doubted our ability to perceive, let alone perform, the path before us? And yet, a solution is always present.
by Don Ingwerson Recently I had the privilege of spending a weekend with a delightful couple who at one point expressed concern about the concept of aging. Of the two, my male friend seemed especially concerned. Here was a man who had successfully mastered the financial and political world – but was unsure how to […]
by Don Ingwerson Stress. We would all be hard pressed to find someone who hasn’t had to deal with a stressful situation. But what I’ve come to realize is that a person’s thoughts, beliefs, and feelings are under their own control. Calm, harmonious thoughts, beliefs, and feelings that are expectant of good outcomes are a […]
When it comes to discussing health is tackling fear important? My colleague Bob Cummings, Committee on Publication for Michigan, is a community blogger and shares some thoughtful ideas on this very topic. Bob writes: