Tag Archives: values

Thankfulness

Alan Zendell, November 23, 2017 Trite as it may sound, I really do think about what I’m thankful for on Thanksgiving. In this era of Trump, many of my friends and family have been struggling to identify the good things … Continue reading

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Good Old Joe

Alan Zendell, November 14, 2017 Jake Novak of CNBC thinks Joe Biden “is the exact opposite of the kind of candidate voters in both parties proved they want in the 2016 election.” He cites a lot of facts, like the … Continue reading

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Conservative Values

Alan Zendell, August 4, 2017 I learned a lot about conservative values this week. It was enlightening. It was uplifting enough to restore my confidence in the future. Why? I read Senator Jeff Flake’s book, which he named after Barry … Continue reading

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The Truth About Health Care

Alan Zendell, March 8, 2017 Most of what you read in the media about health care in the United States is exaggerated, spun for political reasons, or outright lies. Health care is a very complex issue until you strip away … Continue reading

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Early Warning Signs

Alan Zendell, March 6, 2017 Most of us have been conditioned since childhood to recognize warning signs and heed them before the trouble they portend hits us in the face. Most Americans are optimistic by nature. It’s one of our … Continue reading

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Music Therapy

Alan Zendell, March 3, 2017 Last evening, I attended a concert by the marvelous Stetson University student orchestra. I was greeted by this plaque at the entrance to the concert hall. Lovely, isn’t it? I said it was a concert, … Continue reading

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Giving Back

Alan Zendell, March 2, 2017 I often think of the 2000 film, Paying it Forward.  In retirement I tutor kids, mostly teenagers, in math and science, though our conversations tend to stray into many other areas. I find them surprisingly … Continue reading

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