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Thankfulness beyond Differences for Thanksgiving Fun!

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When we start fun discussions at Thanksgiving Day celebrations, we often generate mind-bending results for all at our table. One well crafted question can turn a table of diverse dinner guests from dwelling on problems in the past to focus instead on a few possibilities going forward. Ask, “What’s one… Read more »

Why are we losing cherished faith and service communities? What can we do?

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As young people increasingly gravitate toward new opportunities, unfortunately they are leaving behind faith communities like churches, and service communities like Rotary. There’s growing evidence that backbone spiritual and service benefits within these cherished circles of care will eventually die out. On the flip side, young people are attracted to… Read more »

Age Graciously or Voraciously?

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Do you lie about age, or do others find inspiration from your maturity? Perhaps more importantly – can you laugh at age? Do predictable answers fly from your tongue like corn pops over heat, or do you investigate and weigh different viewpoints? Would friends describe you as gracious and set… Read more »