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Who is speaking to whom?

February 10th, 2011 No comments

This is a great post to make you think about how you interact with others.  Twenty seconds to read, a lifetime to consider.

Who is speaking to whom?

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The real difference between rich and poor

July 31st, 2010 No comments

The Economist has an interesting article on wealth, poverty, and compassion.  A study shows that the wealthly are actually less inclined to give to others than the poor.  An odd twist, however, is that when made to feel poor, the weathly give more.  Contriwise, when made to feel wealthy, the poor give less.  Read more here:

The real difference between rich and poor

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The minimum estimated executions

July 29th, 2010 No comments

Every wonder about which countries have the most executions?  Country number one, China, might not surprise you, given both China’s size and history of human rights issues.  Number two, however, might.  The United States rounds out the top five.

Minimum Estimated Executions by Country

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Ask yourself

January 11th, 2010 No comments

What can you do today to make it the best day of the year?  Is there someone you can call?  Is there someone you could help?  Is there a message you could deliver?

You know best what is important to you.  You understand your relationships, your work, your life.  It is up to you to reach out and take a active part in making things better.

What can you do today?

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