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Tragedies like the shootings in schools, movie theaters, factories, post offices, homes and on the streets remind us. We would like to control situations. We would like to eliminate risk. We know it’s impossible to be perfectly safe. But how do we help ourselves be relatively safe?
Most of us were in shock Dec. 14 and the days afterward, wondering how 6-year-old children could be gunned down in their classroom by a young man barely out of his teens.
How often have you heard, “Kids are our future?” But do we invest in them? And what does that mean? Does that mean we save only some?
Each Indiana child is a promise and a hope. Our job as citizens of our great country is to help fulfill their promise to us from us for us.
So much happens every day that we get only a glimmer of reality even though our methods of getting information have increased dramatically. History happens while we are living through it. What are we saying to ourselves about it?
We are in the midst of a close presidential election. Someone will win and someone will lose.
At the holiday season, we are reminded to be thankful and to count our blessings. The children and youths who are temporarily living at our Crisis Center's Alternative House were invited to list for what they were thankful.
Beginnings and endings are linked. School ends. Summer begins. We are raised in the rhythm of the seasons. The longer days and warmer weather beckon us to enjoy. When the school year ended, many kids celebrated graduation, ended their years of childhood and began a period of new expectations…
Every baby born is a promise. From that moment, his or her opportunity for success depends much on the family in which he or she is born. Family environment is a major factor in whether opportunities are perceived, available or taken.
Natural disasters let us see how in a twinkling everything can change. But there are many times when chance changes our life. For example, we can count ourselves lucky if we are born into a family that values children, that has the means to support a family, that values education.
As I was driving through a toll road booth, the attendant said with a smile, "How was your holiday?" I don't know this person, but her friendly question reminded me how important a smile or warm words are every day, not just this time of year. Listening to the radio as I drove on, I heard a …
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