The 10 Commandments For Grandparents BY JILL BOWLER The news that I was going to be a grandma was one of the most thrilling moments of my life. I just

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Are we in the endgame now? According to this article on Vox.com The Covid-19 pandemic in the United States has decelerated from its winter peak. On January 8, the country saw more

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Never Be Distracted From Our Duty To Teach Civil Rights BY JACK LEVINE Back in August 2016, just a week after the Charlottesville, Virginia Unite the Right white supremacist rally

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The Pandemic Could Be ‘Effectively’ Over by April, According to J.P. Morgan By Nicholas Jasinski The current trajectory of Covid-19 cases and vaccinations implies that the global pandemic could be as

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VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis announced the establishment of a World Day of Grandparents and the Elderly as a reminder of the important role they play as a link between generations. During his Sunday Angelus

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Why we need to know our American history For many of us who are appalled by the recent behavior of elected officials (Who are 100% Republican) trying desperately to highjack

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Ending Disease film review for GRAND MAGAZINE By Pat Burns Ending Disease is an important film featuring scientists, doctors, and lawmakers who are committed to working towards a cure using stem

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Sometimes, you know medications could help you, but you’re not sure which one would work best because there are many different options to choose from. For example, you might be

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Attitude, Presence, and Gratitude Quotes: The Importance of Being Present BY BRIAN DAVID CRANE The right mindset is an indispensable tool in the quest for self-actualization. There are three pillars

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You’re NOT The Average Of The Five People You Surround Yourself With BY DAVID BURKUS You’ve probably heard it more times than you can count. “You’re the average of the

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Holiday fun with awesome toys for the grandkids By Dan Nessel 2020 sure has been a bumpy year, so let’s finish it off with four awesome toys for the grandkids.

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RBG – It’s more than a collar…it’s a rite of passage BY PAT BURNS With tween and teen girls’ thoughts ranging from today’s distanced learning to restricted afterschool sports activities,

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I Promise – #1 New York Times Bestselling Picture Book from Cultural Icon LeBron James Is the Perfect Gift to Give This Holiday Season  Every parent (and grandparent!) wants to

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ARCHBISHOP DESMOND TUTU BY WENDY SCHUMAN Archbishop Desmond Tutu, who turned 89 on Oct. 7, is one of the most recognized and beloved spiritual leaders on the planet. He’s one

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BY DEBBY CARROLL Every year I’m struck by the Never Forget mantra on 9/11. What exactly is it we are being commanded to remember? Never forget we were attacked by

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5 Fun and Frugal Summertime Activities for Grandparents and Grandkids Summer may be coming to an end, but it’s certainly not too late to enjoy the warm weather and spend

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Books For Summer reading to inspire all ages Conversations with Samantha – Love Your Skin Author:  Patricia Young A mother of a biracial child shares a message of self-love. Having emigrated

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What it takes to be a moral rebel Here’s why some people are willing to challenge bullying, corruption and bad behavior, even at personal risk BY  Catherine A. Sanderson  Utah

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I PROMISE, the Slam Dunk New Picture Book from Cultural Icon LeBron James “I promise to be courageous, to be free, to strive for greatness, to be me.” Every parent

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MAYA ANGELOU  (1928-2014) A PHENOMENAL WOMAN FOREWORD BY LORI BITTER “There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.” ― Maya Angelou, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings

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