Thanks so much for writing about this issue. One can only hope that we are evolving to a new and better place regarding the internet communications systems. But then perhaps letting it all hang out is the order of the current day, and we are finding out what the population does actually think, aren't we? Perhaps this is a necessary corridor toward more honest civility. People need to learn to manage the thoughts in their heads as well as the ones they share with others, anonymous or not. But that is perhaps another article entirely.
This is an inspiring article as usual. You find the most interesting and out of the box people to offer us all a fresh new perspective on what is possible. Thanks again for bringing attention to this sport and another way to a fit and healthy body.
Thanks for another enlightening article about how community can return to our life. This is hopeful. Exciting to read.
How sweet it is! Glad it is working out for both of you. Adoption is a tricky issue at first and it sounds like you have become friends. Bravo
I love this column because I always feel inspired and stimulated to new perspectives. I agree that greiving is not well done in this country so it hangs around us long after the loss. I too saw the movie "HereAfter" and found it to be a thoughtful and moving treatment of the big subject of how we handle transition. It's time for change and films and articles like this nudge us along. Thanks again.
Wow, you always make me think and feel more deeply with greater understanding. This article is a stellar example of how you inform and educate with words that open the door of compassion inside of me. You have done a nice job of supporting firefighters through spotlighting the art and the efforts of others who are doing their part to assist these front line modern day hero's. Thanks again.
I love this article and the helpful and much more realistic view of the future events. You can also check out the work of Gordon Michael Scallion, a futurist of Earth Changes and find a similar viewpoint.
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