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The Long Road to Empathy

It’s good when our experiences lead us to understanding others. Perhaps even better when we manifest empathy although we haven’t already walked the same path. Continue reading

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Sunday School at the Community Church

An unplanned mixing of generations in a Sunday School class shows that young and old share more than we sometimes realize. Continue reading

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Old Folks away from Home

Even if my phone is a slider, there are still strong connections to what is best in younger generations: excellence, quality, faith and humor. Continue reading

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Gifts of Perception

There’s an art to giving… and to receiving. Sometimes the generation gap makes both arts more challenging. Here’s something I learned from my parents and my children… Continue reading

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