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Dear friends, As you mark the new 2016, I wish you a peaceful, joyful, inspiring, insightful, and healthy year. I am thankful for our connection, and I deeply appreciate the
This post was originally written in December of 2012, immediately after the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Connecticut. Unfortunately, it is just as relevant today as it was in 2012.
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Traditionally, summer is considered break time, especially for kids. If you think about it, though, many kids are not getting a break in a traditional sense: their lives are still