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LEARNING TP CONSERVATION WITH COVID?

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SIGN IN OUR BATHROOM "Doing... SIGN IN OUR BATHROOM
"Doing our part!"
The last couple years, no matter how much I complained, our granddaughters went through a roll of toilet paper every day. When I said something, the response was, "Eww, yuck! I don't want to get stuff on my fingers!"

Then we were faced with Covid-19 Isolation! The girls came up with this sign all by themselves after hearing about some of the issues.

"Every adversity has the seed for an equal or greater benefit" - Napoleon Hill

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SPIRITUAL PRACTICES

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APPRECIATIVE OF SAM'S SENS... APPRECIATIVE OF SAM'S SENSE OF HUMOR
DOG SPELLED BACKWARDS? :-)
With this being Easter Week, I’m thinking about my religious perspective. "INU" is the word for dog in Japanese.

My father became a born again Christian in his youth. Until I left home to go to college, I never missed our Baptist Church Sunday School, Morning Church Service, Evening Youth Fellowship and sometimes Wednesday prayer meetings. I never felt the need to rebel. I used to pray as I walked the 6 blocks to High School.

During my Nurses Training in Portland, I got out of the habit of church. My husband grew up in a home that was Buddhist. Because Sam and I had limited resources, I worked all year that first year we were married to make Christmas presents for all our family members as I wanted to keep some of my Christian traditions.

When we had children, Sam and I agreed it was important to take them to church. Therefore, we did attend the Japanese Methodist Church through their growing up years.

Since that time, I respect the need for Church Communities, but I’m no longer compelled to participate in regular religious practices. Sam and I grew in our respect for God and being spiritual. I talk to God the way I used to, but I don’t have the need to express that to others. I have been quoting Reza Aslan, from his book GOD, who says, “Each of us has to define our own GOD. No one else can tell us who GOD is.”

I appreciate the SPECIAL DAYS where various communities come together to carry-pass on VALUES that are basic to our purpose for the privilege of being human

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VIRAL CHALLENGES

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EEERIE! PREDICTION 40 YEARS... EEERIE! PREDICTION 40 YEARS AGO
BUT THE NEXT CHALLENGE?
Kind of eerie! This is a book published in 1981 they say. Regardless of a possibility of the ability of the author to make predictions, life scenarios repeat over and over.

Viruses and bugs are living cells that continue to change and grow. Man has evolved over millions of years as well. I wonder what the next break through will be like penicillin or the MIR. I appreciate these medical answers in my life for short term answers.

The body with a good immune system has handled many challenges through the centuries. I like the idea of finding our answers from nature for the long run.

I'm sure someone is predicting another challenge 40 years from now as well.

Interesting to listen to a lecture by Dr. Ali Khan, THE NEXT PANDEMIC. He is the Director of the Office of Public Health Preparedness and Response at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. What kept him awake at night is "Influenza" in his 2016 video.

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