Father’s Day 2020: I got that from my dad!

I haven’t set out to emulate my dad — there’s no checklist — but I do every day. I don’t try to be like him in every situation, but I am. I don’t wonder what he would think in a particular case, but I often realize my mind works the same, and we think alike. Funny how it happens, but in many ways, I am becoming my dad. And that becomes more obvious to me each day I grow older.

It’s a privilege to remember I got that from my dad!

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The Civil Discourse missing in our crucial conversations

There is something missing from our crucial conversations today.

Today’s society has it backwards, and all too often, our conversations become one-sided, stilted and destructive. Everyone wants to be heard, speak first and often, rant and rave, and cast verbal denunciation without even taking the time to come off their mountain.

But we’re better than that! Here are a few tips to turn your crucial conversation into a civil discourse.

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Precarious Times: 5 AREAS to CHECK

Here is the truth: You must take care of yourself before you can help others. Amid chaos and confusion, don’t forget yourself. Address your own situation and heart before you reach out to the world. Right now, the world is wound up tighter than a rubber band, and you need to be at your best.

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