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Room for Compromise?

by on Jul.26, 2011, under Core Values, News Commentary, Politics/Economics, Relationships, Spirituality

I saw two rooms: one sat vacant, the other was overflowing with two groups of people — one unlike the other.

I questioned why one room sat vacant while the other room had plenty of space for discussion.

My answer came: “We are waiting for discussion between the two groups.”

But no discussion happened.

So one room sat vacant, while the other room was overflowing with two groups of people.

There is no right way to do the wrong thing.

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Question of the Week – Health Care

by on Sep.08, 2009, under Politics/Economics, Question of the Week

Our second Question of the Week deals with health care. As before, feel free to discuss other aspects of the issue that you feel are relevant, but are not mentioned here.

The U.S. health care model is based upon treatment, with relatively little emphasis placed upon prevention. How do we encourage both health care professionals and the general public to take prevention more seriously? How do we provide the public with the tools and information they need to intelligently engage in preventing illness?

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