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Social isolation may be one of the most overlooked health risk factors that accompanies aging. One in five adults over age 50 is affected by isolation, a problem associated with higher rates of chronic disease, depression dementia and death, … more
Imagine the scene: a man, at the pinnacle of achievement, about to receive the greatest honor a man can receive, walking out of his hotel room, wearing a borrowed coat, and borrowed hat, shuffling … more
In December, the Dalai Lama spoke during the Emory-Tibet Symposium of Scholars and Scientists at the Drepung Monastic University in India. According to Atlanta-based Emory University, "the ultimate … more
For my recent birthday, a friend who knows me well presented me with a coffee mug that says: “I write ... what’s your superpower?” Those of you out there who know me, at least … more
Dear Mr. President, Tomorrow, you will place your left hand on a Bible, raise your right hand, and repeat the oath of office after Justice Roberts. This is going to be a seminal moment for you, and for our country — for some, a near-apocalypse; … more
A couple weeks back, I wrote that one of the characteristics of a great organizational culture is accountability. At the time, I thought the Denver Broncos were on the verge of an easy trip to the playoffs again, so it was easy to use them as the … more
A timely wildlife item is topping the New Year’s outdoors agenda. Wintery frigid temperatures are stressing urban wildlife who struggle to find sufficient food, water and warmth. As a result our day to day relationship with neighboring wildlife, … more
1. Love your magnificence The sooner you can love and accept yourself as you are, the quicker you’ll grow and mature and start having a lot of fun. You can’t give what you don’t have — this is just common sense. It stands to reason the … more
This last year has been the year of the community! What a great year we’ve had. This year we really came together and talked about the things most important to us. Community events, district meetings and chats over coffee were in abundance … more
Ah, the dawn of a new year. About time. 2016, adios! I know it's fashionable to spend time and thought and energy on such occasions making a list of things we want to accomplish this year, to … more
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