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Hope: Many Interpretations Always Used

  “Hope is the feeling of wanting something to happen and thinking that it could happen: a feeling that something good will happen or be true: the chance something good will happen: someone or something that may be able to … Continue reading

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Celebrating Passover

  I recently celebrated a Passover Feast with a women-sharing group at my church. It is interesting to know that we were all Catholics, but decided to participate in this highly spiritual and meaningful celebration “Passover”. We were all enthused … Continue reading

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Painful Memories of 9/11/2001

  I remember my husband yelled out in confusion from my daughter’s room, as he was getting our 3 year-old daughter ready to be dropped off at school. I ran out of the bathroom, panicking, and dashed to the room. … Continue reading

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The True Meaning of Easter and Passover

                             Easter is the most important and oldest festival of the Christian Church, celebrating the resurrection of Jesus Christ (in the Western Church< which occurs between March … Continue reading

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            Client’s Care Longevity in The Elder Care Industry We recently tracked the average length of time that an individual needs and retains a home care agency. The indicators for requesting for care services are as follows: Post Hospitalization … Continue reading

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Are the elderly to blame for the NHS/MEDICARE/MEDICAID crisis?

Baby boomers are often blamed for the financial crisis of the health system in the first world countries. This is an excerpt from an 89-year old lady who went on the defensive in London. “AS AN 89-year old, I am … Continue reading

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Intergenerational Racism “Developmental theory and research suggest that racism is transmitted from one generation to the next. Research also suggests that prejudice dispositions such as Right-Wing Authoritarianism (RWA) and Social Dominance Orientation (SDO) are transmitted across generations.” (Duriez & Soenens, … Continue reading

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