Monthly Archives: July 2018

99 ways to save


Our clever money-saving ideas will put extra cash in your pocket Slash Home & Garden Costs How to save money on your home, garden and pet care needs Chop Your Food Bills Use these ideas to lower your grocery and … Continue reading

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With metta, Ken and Visakha Kawasaki Buddhist Relief Mission


“… In Living Everyday,” July 28, 2018 In 2001, after Visakha’s mother passed away, we decided, since we had no more responsibilities, to accept the invitation to attend Ven. Achariya Buddharakkkhita’s 80th birthday celebration in Bangalore. We already had our … Continue reading

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Practicing “Critical Hope” with Traumatized Students, Families &/or Adults


Why Critical Hope May Be the Resource Kids Need Most From Their Teachers  (iStock/dewed) Tupac Shakur has been dead for over 20 years, and yet his music and lyrics are still popular with young people today. Dr. Jeff Duncan-Andrade thinks … Continue reading

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Teachers, Quick–Name 12 things you can do to prepare for this coming school year? or whenever?


12 Simple Jobs Teachers Can Do to Prepare for a New Year Written by Cassie (Teach Starter) Posted Wednesday December 27, 2017 It’s holidays! Christmas and Boxing Day are over and if you’re anything like all of the teachers I … Continue reading

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DeVos is outdated and experiencing only imaginary industrial classrooms


Teachers Push Back Against Betsy DeVos’ Claim That Schools Are in the ‘Industrial Era’ By Madeline Will on March 8, 2018 11:38 AM During a speech at SXSW EDU, the annual education conference in Austin, Texas, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos … Continue reading

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A Father’s Legacy: His Life Story in “Our” Own Words ? (Part 13) & “What about Mom?”


By Ron Stoda.     (self interview of sorts using A Father’s Legacy: Your Life Story in Your Own Words) “Ron, how old were you when you met Mom?  What attracted you to her?”      “[I was] 25 1/2. She … Continue reading

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The Congressional Black Caucus is calling out Trump for his history of racist comments and actions. Read our open letter to Donald Trump to sign on


We’ve had ENOUGH of Donald Trump’s RACIST comments. The Congressional Black Caucus is calling out Trump for his history of racist comments and actions. Read our open letter to Donald Trump and then make a donation today to sign on … Continue reading

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“Three Good Reasons To Liquidate Our Empire And Ten Steps to Take to Do So” by Chalmers Johnson


Best of TomDispatch: Chalmers Johnson, Dismantling the Empire It’s been almost eight years since Chalmers Johnson died. He was the author of, among other works, Blowback: The Costs and Consequences of American Empire and Dismantling the Empire. He was also … Continue reading

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By trusting these truths about God, our souls become refreshed


“The Lord is my shepherd, I lack nothing. He makes me lie down in green pastures, he leads me beside quiet waters, he refreshes my soul”. ~Psalm 23:1-2 (NIV) A shepherd cares, provides, and protects all of the sheep in the … Continue reading

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Solutions for Saving, Spending, Health, Home and More


Your 2018 NEA RA Expo team   Solutions for Saving, Spending, Health, Home and More From protecting your family to managing your finances, there is a lot to think about when it comes to keeping your lifestyle on track. NEA … Continue reading

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