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4 months ago

For Good or For Bad it is2022

Greg Rolfe · For Good or for Bad it is 2022 · For the many that somehow believe that 2022 will fix all the problems we encountered in 2021, let me ask you a question. How? Honestly, how do you expect the simple sunset to sunrise to adjust all the problems or issues you perceive? · A new year ...

5 months ago

My new issue is out!

Danny DeReuter · Dr. Danny’s Newsletter - Issue #6 · The art of medicine, like that of war, is murderous and conjectural. -VoltaireIf you don't take care of your body, where will you live? -UnknownWhen I told a doctor I couldn't afford an operation, he offered to touch up my X-rays. - Henny Young ...

5 months ago

How we see ourselves

Greg Rolfe · How we see ourselves · Mental health has become a topic that is increasingly discussed openly. I expect some of that is due to the online talking to many versus the one on one that was more common. But has mental health issues uncreased or simply the ability to address these issu ...

7 months ago

Democrats back off debt fight to stop shutdown

Francisco Lopez · Democrats back off debt fight to stop shutdown · Unlinking the two issues will help the majority party prevent a government funding lapse this week. But Democratic leaders are still scrambling for a plan to head off a U.S. debt default. · https://www.politico.com/news/2021/09/28 ...

7 months ago

Post from Francisco Lopez

Francisco Lopez · "Climate change disinformation is spreading rapidly" on Facebook · Company's plan to address the issue falls far short, climate advocates say. · https://www.motherjones.com/environment/2021/09/facebook-climate-misinformation-lies-trump-propaganda-spreading-rapidly/?utm_source=mj- ...

9 months ago

The forest or the trees

Greg Rolfe · The old adage that “we can't see the forest for the trees” is often true, but what is to say we don't need to see both? Are there not times that we need to see both the big picture and the small? Do we not need both perspectives to accurately understand what we are looking at? Th ...

2 years ago

How To Make Your Nonprofit Financially Sustainable

Peter Palivos Attorney · One of the major components of nonprofit organizations is that they exist to help a group of people who are struggling with hardship. That hardship differs depending on the group – it could be a medical issue, or perhaps a natural disaster hit somewhere. Other times, they set out ...

3 years ago

Love your neighbor

Greg Rolfe · Love your neighbor, a simple statement not overly complex and rarely misunderstood. Love your neighbor is even explained with a parable to help us understand who our neighbor is, the person we have the opportunity to help out. While this statement is simple and actually easy to u ...

3 years ago

Homeless and hurting

Greg Rolfe · Having talked to people about this issue I wanted to bring it up in written form. We all know that we have homeless in America and many other nations. But as America is not considered a developing nation which implies that we have a well established infrastructure and system of s ...

4 years ago

When you are fighting the proverbial fire

Greg Rolfe · When solving a problem it is often a good idea to determine just what the problem is. Finding the reach and span may not be as necessary if you are able to find the core issue. For example if you find that your produce is not reaching the market in a timely fashion, looking for t ...

4 years ago

Are you relevant on the issues about which you care?

Greg Rolfe · A voice in the wilderness cries out, but who listens anymore. We each have an area that we would love to see put in proper order. For some it is social order others the school system while for still others it is the economic crisis. We each have something we care about or at leas ...

5 years ago

Asking the wrong questions

Greg Rolfe · I am sure many of you are aware of the issues we have in our education system. “The most recent PISA results, from 2015, placed the U.S. an unimpressive 38th out of 71 countries in math and 24th in science.” (http://www.pewresearch.org). These numbers fail to encourage the averag ...

5 years ago

Opening that can of worms

Greg Rolfe · When was the last time you intentionally choose to open a can of worms? Yes, I mean going back to a problem that may not appear to have a solution or at least not an easy one. The issue with a can of worms is that on average no one wants to deal with them. The result is then that ...

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