Monthly Archives: June 2015


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When we treat other persons for who they are more than for what they can do for us, we grow closer in friendship, and usually receive even more of what they do for us than if we relate with them as sources for meeting our wants and needs. Likewise, the more we use “who” rather… Read more »

The Best is Yet to Be

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It’s a running joke in my family. The Ignatian Volunteer Corps website describes the program as one for “mature” individuals. How did I manage to qualify?  My silly, goofy side belies my membership in AARP. Kidding aside, the website further specifies volunteers as “age 50 or better”. Better! With longer life expectancy and research proclaiming… Read more »