Tag Archives: social work

Alzheimer’s Patients deserve Execution

The headline jumped out at me like a bright neon elephant in print: “Dementia Argument Delays Execution.” Dementia and execution are two words that should never be placed in the same sentence. The associated press had my attention. I settled … Continue reading

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The Seed

A few years ago, I started this foundation who gets kids excited about healthy food local chefs and I create  new and exciting lunch menus for schools, then we talk with the students and encourage them to try healthy food.  … Continue reading

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Blessing in a Backpack

Most hungry kids can get breakfast and lunch through their schools, but what do they do on weekends? This organization  sends kids home with backpacks filled with food for their families to eat at home. – Blessing in a Backpack  

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The Spark

Be the spark in the darkness.   Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes and passing the real life wisdom on to others as I embark on this new venture of “positively purging“, as I know … Continue reading

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The Plastic Cops

“Smugglers can receive up to six months in jail.” That statement alone left me reeling from the absurdness of this article (A vigilant Rwanda is winning the war on plastic bags ). These individuals were not smuggling drugs, animals, or … Continue reading

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