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Archive for Compassion
Jan 2018 23

“A Word to My Fellow Christians On The Present Crises.”

To Fellow Christians Regarding The Present Crises: To fellow members of the Christian faith and others opposing the blending of religion and politics during these volatile and dangerous times in our Republic, I am compelled to take issue with the position that religion and politics be kept separate. The demand to keep religion out of […]

Nov 2017 22

Good Rules For Daily Living

This thanksgiving let us be grateful for our blessings- and we still have them even though we sometimes think that we don’t- thankful for the power to forgive and to be forgiven, mindful of the need to do our part in making the world a better place for all people, helpful in supporting those causes […]

Nov 2017 11

“Sick And Tired Of Being Sick And Tired?”

Every day I encounter people filled with so much anxiety and disgust about the future of America that many of them have lost all hope of ever turning this country back in the right direction. Many are worried about their personal safety and survival and concerned about the future of their children in a country […]

Sep 2017 19

So You Thought Republicans Had Given Up on Repealing Healthcare?

Harriet A. Washington in her monumental work Medical Apartheid cites a poignant observation by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to black and white physicians of the Medical Committee for Human Rights in 1965 after the Selma to Montgomery march, “Of all the forms of inequality, injustice in health is the most shocking and the most […]

May 2017 26

Great Moral Leaders and Nations Face And Overcome Great Moral Crises.

I keep repeating this statement wherever I go. Leadership is the key to America’s future. When leadership fails, the enterprise of democracy fails. When leadership fails to show moral courage in times of great moral crises the entire nation or organization risks going to hell in a hand basket. In the history of fallen empires […]

Apr 2017 27

A Principle Centered Democracy? Part II

The discussion that Helmut and I had about the need for a principle centered democracy in the previous article veered off into the numerous racial problems preventing American democracy from actualizing its highest virtues and principles. Helmut felt there are still too many racial, class and cultural barriers among Americans for a true principle centered […]

Apr 2017 26

A Principle Centered Democracy?

“We need a principle centered democracy.” “Are you kidding me?” said my friend Helmut. “There is no such thing. Politics is a blood sport. The nature of politics is warfare. Whoever is standing at the end is the winner.” “So you’re telling me that there’s no such thing? You’re telling me that an idea like […]

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