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Time Travel

This train of thought makes me happy. From childhood, we in America are taught that the way to prevent war is to have an insanely powerful military and put a boot to the neck of all who oppose us; stomp out the seedling before it grows into a tree. But it turns out that’s not …

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You Will Never

“I should have been more kind. That is something a person will never regret. You will never say to yourself when you are old, ‘Ah, I wish I was not good to that person.’ You will never think that.”  ~Khaled Hosseini, in And the Mountains Echoed ©2013 (via)

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Less Seriously

“If we’re not too confused or hard on ourselves, we will discover the sanity beyond habitual reactions. Identifying less with habits and more with our basic nature lightens things up. With more space in our mind, we take our reactions less seriously. We can watch them the way we would watch children at play– knowing …

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As Good

“Don’t treat people as bad as they are, treat them as good as you are.” ~Ralph Smart

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He’ll pick you up.

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The Empathy Circuit

via JoshKornbluth.com.

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Who made who?

Excerpted from Maureen Dowd’s  column in The New York Times, Sunday July 8, 2018: Trump has certainly made political discourse more crude and belligerent. But is he making the whole country meaner, coarser, and less empathetic? Or was the pump primed for a political figure like him because the internet had already made America meaner, …

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No matter how many bible verses you quote me, if you are asking me to do something unkind, the answer is “No.”

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“I was immensely proud that I had been able to give her a comfortable life.”

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