Tag Archives: empathy

Forgiveness and Choosing Peace ~ Debbie Roth #writephoto

On voting day, I went to the county seat in Los Angeles to cast my vote.  The line was wrapped around the building!  And wherever I turned, it seemed that people were uncomfortable, and it was the same with people … Continue reading

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A little care…

The narrow village street is busy with rush hour traffic. The lorry coming towards me on the other side of the road is respecting the speed limit, the impatient driver behind him is not. Without warning, the car pulls out … Continue reading

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Guest author: M. C. Tuggle – You, Me, and the Whole Wide World

Countless online and printed articles have wrestled with what has become the most troubling question of our age: What is happening to us? The cascade of electrons and ink aimed at this question underscores our growing realization that many of … Continue reading

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Snail’s pace

The internet was playing up, the email account had been hacked yet again, pages were taking up to ten minutes each to load and anything that had images or video took longer. It was going to be one of those … Continue reading

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Mirror, mirror, on them all by Nick Verron

Reblogged from  Nick Verron   Leading by Nick Verron In a recent blog post, I recognised the “social reflection” phenomenon. After watching the next documentary instalment from David Eagleman, I now know why this happens. I’m sure everybody reading this has been … Continue reading

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The spider in the glass

The conversation was getting pretty deep when an ear-splitting scream shattered the evening. Ani darted up from her rest, confused but barking on the general principle that anything that could cause that sound from one of her boys needed attacking. … Continue reading

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