What a great interview...and I agree that the "economy" has made a lot of people re-think their place in this new world. I really love the quote "Look, I am mortal. What do I want to do?" so many times we wait to long to ask this question...
Way to go, Joe. Keep it up!
jeremy I'm really proud of you. Ur truly an inperstiin to others out there. Ur amazin person n friend.. With much love n respect see you soon. Xoxo Jeremy K
OMGosh, just when I think I can't love you anymore! Great interview! "Mama"
Maybe the state needs to quit kidnapping so many kids.
And perhaps you should tell the prospective foster parents how much danger THEY are in when they become a foster.
When you foster, one false allegation can leave you homeless, pennyless, perhaps in jail and your names on the Abuser list so you can't get a job in the future.
Leonard Henderson, co-founder
American Family Rights Association
"Until Every Child Comes Home" ©
"The Voice of America's Families" ©
Excellent interview. I was expecting mediocre at best, and got quite good at worst. I just wish there had been slightly more clarification of "really cool, fun thing" - that is awfully ambiguous.
Great service, I hope Veterans in need can find you
" . . . what you find when you pull back the cover" -- what a great way to put it!! Looking forward to this event!
We're there! Wouldn't miss it for the world....your energy just shines through everything you do, Kenya. Bring the earplugs!
You go, Kenya!!! You're amazing! Leza
Miracle Mile is an interesting part of America's roadside history. This area of Tucson is full of wonderful neons, architecture and good businesses like Maggie Maye's. I wish Susan, the Festival, Dirk and the Gateway Business Alliance much success.
I have seen Joe's work at the Center For Advanced Energy Therapeutics and it really is EXCELLENT work! I wish I could have him do some at my home...if only I didn't rent! :)
The food bank has operating expenses so of course they should charge. They offer lots of good resources that increase food security in the community besides food boxes. The Community Food Resource Center located on the second floor of the building (3003 S country club rd) offers free seeds, compost and gardening instruction to the community. The also have demonstration gardens and free classes so people can create their own food stream rather than depending on donations exclusively. The work they do is outstanding and the gifts they give are abundant. 22 cents a pound is a small price to pay for that. If the giving tree would like to apply to some programs, they could get the food for free- but that would mean oversight- and they would not be able to readily get away with what they do to communities. For instance, overpopulating neighborhoods with homeless people without establishing neighborhood relation plans thereby driving down home prices. Also, they can afford to pay 22 cents a lb for food since they charge their tenants $10 a day for rent. I think their heart is in the right place but they neglect to consider the effect they are having on the home owners that live around them.
Awesome. I didn't leave the church, the church left me. Now I have no use for any kind of organized religion. I love the independent ones though, the ones I feel are true to His message of loving one another. God bless you both.
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This is just fantastic and meaningful! Great interview and sounds like you are doing very important work! I see it as a sign of the times that things like this are happening, I for one am very optimistic about the future! Kudos to Marc David Leviton! xSands, Amsterdam.
So important to share and come together about the difficult things we all go through but somehow rarely get the chance to expose in public...
I've seen the shows Leviton curates. But hey, I like to think, to discuss, to emote, to come away from the experience feeling I have grown. Yes. And I revisit his exhibitions, and grow some more.
Thanks for a decent article about a decent pair of Ladies. Isn't it interesting that the local food bank charges for food we have given them? I did not know that. DRW
that was an especially thoughtful and insightful piece. goodos to you and Owen, love Mary Ann
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