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Peggy Harris learned of her husband’s legacy 68 years later– she waited and wondered. Had it not been for some family member’s curiosity, and the power of “asking again and being determined to find the truth”–she may have never known that a county far away […]

The “Power of Words” to change a thought , an experience, a mind, a life, and perhaps even a death is….well, powerful. Here, a blind man is ignored until a stranger changes some words on his sign.  See what happens… Learn more about how YOU […]

2:53 Seconds to Empathy Most of us haven’t ever really thought of “sympathy” and “empathy” as that far apart in meaning. We tend to lump them together, but  Brene Brown’s words in this lovely, funny animation shows us how how far apart they can be… […]

It’s a silly debate really, but not a silly subject.

I distinguish the two because there are questions that will never be answered [at least not to everyone’s mutual satisfaction], so why enter into an often heated debate about something that is unknowable (until we get there..and even then…). Opinions expressed are fine, but on this topic, it can sometimes get nasty.

There is a club for those of us who CHOOSE to work with people who are dying. “Work” may mean for hire or for volunteering one’s time–but it is a choice to do so.