A Time for This is Now I’m a Catholic mom with a dear friend, Sarah, who’s also a Catholic mom. We both feel called to speak up on the recent

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My Five L’s for Embracing a Positive Future BY JACK LEVINE I was recently asked to summarize my personal and professional beliefs in pursuit of advocacy goals. In response, I’ve developed these

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What is Love From The Mouths Of Babes BY JACK LEVINE Wishing you and your loved ones well.  As Valentine’s Day approaches, I’m pleased to share this heartfelt message with

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The Story of a Legacy of Love BY LORRAINE STEWART Many women are tasked with going through their own parent’s life of accumulated belongings in preparation for a change. The

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In Celebration of Grandparents: Wisdom Across the Generations By Jack Levine  This Sunday is Grandparents Day, a good opportunity to reflect on the importance of our elders in the lives

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The Grandkids are Gone BY KATE CARPENTER The grandkids are gone There’s holes in the yard The floor needs a mop And I am so “tard.” The grandkids are gone

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The power of hugs   BY ANNETTE PERKINS “Grandma, hold me a little longer.”  What happy, magical words. Grandkids and hugs just go together, like PB&J.  Blessed is the relationship where

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We hope you will enjoy the Love infographic below from our friends a HAI Global. Loading…

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The History of St. Valentine’s Day The history of Valentine’s Day–and the story of its patron saint–is shrouded in mystery. We do know that February has long been celebrated as

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What DOES Love Mean? This is from a post I found. A group of 4 to 8-year-old children were asked the question, “What does love mean?” Below are their answers.

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A Love That Lasts  It was a busy morning at the clinic, about 8:00, when a gentleman in his 80’s arrived to have stitches removed from his thumb. He said he

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Looking for love in all the right places BY CHERYL HARBOUR Grandparents and grandchildren have an almost supernatural connection, especially when the relationship is nurtured and valued. As most new

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Let our Love be Louder! (a Jewish reflection on Charlottesville) By Allison Berkowitz,  Every Friday I call my grandmother to wish her a good Shabbas. After the sun sets – for

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Love in Santa Cruz By Sherrill Pool Elizondo Sometimes one is fortunate to be able to observe meaningful exchanges between strangers that can bring a smile to one’s face. Such an

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Grandmas want to wear their joy, and now they can! BY CHRYS HOWARD I come from a big family. My parents instilled a strong love of family in all six

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“Room” In loving memory of Sharon Smith-Gey July 20, 1947 – November 4, 2016 John 14:2 In my Father’s house there are many dwelling places. If it were not so,

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Promoting a legacy of love across generations BY ROBIN R. GANZERT, PH.D. There’s a saying I’m quite fond of: “You won’t protect what you don’t love, and you can’t love

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BY SHELA DEAN It’s true with lots of things – Marriage: Use it or Lose it My married friends keep a joint journal. They each write about everyday things and

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The Huffington Post  | By Ann Brenoff Summer vacations are upon us and for many, it will mean having the grandkids visit for an extended period of time. Here are

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In the Greek language there are three words that are used for love. The first one, eros, stands for sexual, romantic love. Eros is the kind of love mostly known

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