Sunday Reflections

Dealing with Difficult People

Vanessa Van Edwards, a behavioral investigator, suggest four ways of dealing with difficult people. First, most difficult people fall into one of four categories:

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MLK’s 88th Birthday

  Today would have been Martin Luther King, Jr’s eighty-eight birthday. We know his story well. He is viewed as the most celebrated African American leader. His story has been depicted and chronicled in biographies, movies, theses and dissertations, museums, and public spaces, including parks. His papers are available on

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Mysterium Tremendum

“Mysterium Tremendum” Leslie Stahl of CBS’ 60 Minutes, did a feature story in 2010 on British savant, Derek Paravicini.  Paravicini is blind and severely disabled.  However, he is a masterful pianist, recalling everything he has heard and capable of playing songs in various genres of music.  His performance on the

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Peace Is In Our Hands

Dr. Hamlin’s Reflection for Sunday, December 04, 2016 “Did I offer peace today? Did I bring a smile to someone’s face? Did I say words of  healing? Did I let go of my anger and resentment? Did I forgive? Did I love? These are  the real questions. I must trust

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Hope

December 1 | Hope  In the early 1980s, there was little hope in what our nation was facing. Principally, White, gay men were dying from a medical challenge that was difficult to understand and treat. Eventually, HIV/AIDS became the given name for attacks on healthy immune systems. Initially, the virus

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