Rudolf, Karen, Donnie, Villages, Silent Nights and More: Some Christmas Provoked Thoughts

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Christmas, and the end of year holiday season in general, is a time of year that can very easily unite us with smaller versions of our past selves. It might be a song, a smell, a…

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The past holds the answers to today’s problems. “Be curious, not judgmental,” at least until you have all the facts. Think and stop watching cable news.

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The past holds the answers to today’s problems. “Be curious, not judgmental,” at least until you have all the facts. Think and stop watching cable news.

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