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Here’s my NOT A QUESTION BUT MY STATEMENT FOR THE DAY...
At every turn when there as been an imbalance of power, the truth questioned, or our beliefs and values distorted, the change required to restore our nation has always come from the bottom up - from our People.

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      Vikki Hall wrote May 28, 2011
    • Yes but I don’t think it’s really been that way for a while. I am really starting to wonder if all the natural tragedies that have the earth slightly off balance (or whatever) is making us crazy?????




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      Mary Clark wrote May 28, 2011
    • @ Vikki...I wonder what the status of the earth was during World War II....would be interesting to know..with your theory.  Just might be....




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      Vikki Hall wrote May 28, 2011
    • Really!!!!




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      Tuliplady wrote May 28, 2011
    • Very true statement Mary.




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      Cathie Beck wrote May 29, 2011
    • Having lived long, I think part of the problem is technology. If everyone in a family is all hooked up to technology, how much time do they actually spend together? I’m not saying technology is bad, I just think it replaces our personal time spent together all to often.

      Cathie




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      Mary Clark wrote May 29, 2011
    • Cathie...I will agree with you on that!!! I am finding that to be even true with the younger generation.  They don’t know how to talk to people because they have grown up on emails, texting, social media.  Their people skills are nada!!

      So I do believe what you said is very true!!




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      Mztracy wrote May 29, 2011
    • heartheart




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      Kyah wrote May 29, 2011
    • Since I've been doing research for my historical novel set in the 1870s, the amount of natural disasters seems about the same, only the population was less and so was the media coverage of it. We have polluted the planet since then and Mother Nature is not a happy camper. There was a movie back in the 80s called Koyaanisqatsi: Life out of Balance, which really told the story. If you haven't had an opportunity to watch it, find it and check it out.

      I agree with MaryClark, the generation that grew up on the Internet is going to have such a hard time socially interacting because they’ve been hiding behind those computer screens for most of their lives. They might even have a problem finding work because of their lack of social skills. I see so many people on the bus texting with their friends sitting beside them. God gave us mouths to talk, so talk!




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      Mary Clark wrote May 29, 2011
    • AMEN KYAH...talking is what I do best....LOLestatic




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      Marya1961 wrote May 30, 2011
    • So true...as I notice our son who is 23 has no problem yapping with his friends via phone, text...but engage all of them in a real conversation, their attention span is maybe 5 minutes..very sad!




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