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As you know graduating high school seniors around the nation have experienced a major interruption in the traditional features of this right-of-passage.
PHOTO COLLAGE CREDIT: DEB STEPHENSON
I like flowers. I don’t know much about them, but I like them. Except for the most well-known (like a rose), it would be unusual for me to even know the name, but I like them.
Life can follow challenging paths. It can lead to frustration and anger. It can bring sadness; even grief and loss may be included. All of this can generate fear. The path can unfold even more: exhaustion, drained feelings, and the experience of all energy – emotional and physical – having been spent.
It’s pretty easy to think of many things which plague us, some of the time or all the time—the Coronavirus springs to mind. There’s a whole host of things of one kind or another that get into our days. We can get wrapped up in a litany of problems and challenges.
It was 2009, January 15th of 2009 to be exact. Sixty seconds after take-off the Airbus 360, US Airways Flight 1549, ran into a flock of geese.
In the business world, it is sometimes said that paying close attention to the daily details is the path to long-term success. The concept certainly applies to running a farm or operating a small business or even managing a household.