Dividing a people has always been a tactic to gain control. How does the COVID-19 pandemic relate to that? Are those who don't want to get vaccinated or wear masks really that crazy? Read on for concrete scientific data and discussion on the COVID risk, natural immunity, vaccine mandates, mask mandates, and shutdowns.
As my 17 year old daughter finishes her final year of high school and excitement with discussion around colleges occur, I’m confronted with a frightening statistic: One in 4 women are sexually assaulted during their college years I won't be there to protect my daughter throughout her college experience, which can be hard for a... Continue Reading →
Mindfulness & business interaction
Betsy noticed change as the physician’s brow dropped slightly, as she discussed the life-saving qualities of the medication she spoke to the Cardiologist about. “Something seems to be on your mind. May I ask what your thoughts are about what we just discussed?” The physician looked at the stack of patient charts on his desk,... Continue Reading →
Accepting & Facing Challenges
As I sat in my immunologist's office filling out the usual form on current health status, I was feeling good about everything. I had no apparent health issues and was grateful for that. I happily marked the box totally controlled, referring to asthma. I have been diagnosed with asthma. But, in my mind I thought,... Continue Reading →
Living Intentionally…every day is a good day!
During an interview I conducted for an open sales position, I asked, “what is it that separates you from others that do the same job?” The candidate stated, “Every day is a good day.” He went on to tell me about fighting for his life with cancer and how that changed his entire perspective. I... Continue Reading →
Never be afraid to do what’s right
As I reflected on that quote above, I recalled a situation that made a significant impact on my life. It occurred my freshmen year of high school. I was walking across a college campus parking lot with two of my friends and a few girls that we knew from high school. It was around 9... Continue Reading →