What Concessions Can We Make As a Democratic Society At the End of Life? It’s been a tough couple of weeks for my sons and I. Their father received a diagnosis that he had a very aggressive form of cancer a few weeks ago. Radiation and chemotherapy began. He suddenly developed pneumonia last week, and […]
Do You Have the Right to Judge Others?
To Judge Others or Not – Your Choice It was fifteen miles from the old high school building in Keota, IA to the community pool in Sigourney, IA. I know. One of those old yellow-orange school buses transported us over to Sigourney every week for swimming lessons. Kids can get really ugly when they choose […]