Tag: courage

Mary Frances Berry

Let Us Not Be Silent about the Things that Matter

SEASON 2: EPISODE 15 | July 21, 2020 Let Us Not Be Silent about the Things that Matter with Dr. Mary Frances Berry “If you model taking a position that promotes empathy, analysis, courage in confronting attacks on other people or things that harm other people, that involves moral authority.”   In this very special…
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The Reunited States - Podcast

The Reunited States

SEASON 3: EPISODE 1 | November 3, 2020 The Reunited States with Ben Rehki, Susan Bro, and John Wood, Jr. On this historic Election Day, and as we begin the third season of “The Someone To Tell It To Podcast,” we explore what brings us hope in turbulent times — through a dialogue about listening to understand,…
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Never Forget

We Pause…to Listen

The world’s media today is filled with stories remembering the horrific events of September 11, 2001. As we write this message, television screens are broadcasting simultaneous services of commemoration about what happened that day in New York City, Washington, D.C., and Shanksville, Pennsylvania. 2,977 people died — tragically, violently, needlessly. The world changed dramatically that…
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I Wish I Had the Courage

Here is our third post based on the wonderful article the Top Five Regrets of the Dying.   This article gets to the heart of the matter when it comes to living life fully and abundantly.    We hope that you’ll be inspired by its wisdom and what it teaches us about what really matters in life.  Each day we blog we’ll…
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The Courage to Live a Life True to Myself

 Don’t ask what the world needs.  Ask what makes you come alive, and go do it.  Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.     Howard Thurman We’d like to share with you a wonderful article that was shared with us this week, by my (Tom’s) younger brother Jon Kaden.   It gets…
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A Certain Light

33 miners.For 69 days.Trapped 2,000 feet under the surface of the earth.It was two years ago this week that the Chilean Copiapo’ mine disaster began, dominating the deadlines for more than two months that late summer and early fall. We remember the horror at learning of the cave-in and we remember the emotional and dramatic…
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“You will never know unless you ask.”

“You will never know unless you ask.”~ Marilyn Kaden Fernquist This quote by my (Tom’s) grandmother has resonated with me all my life.  Even though she has been gone for five years, her words “You will never know unless you ask” continue to be heard in my mind every time I am questioning whether or…
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