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December 11, 2008
Part 1 ? Forgiveness is a process of ceasing to feel resentment, indignation, anger for perceived offenses, injustices, mistakes, or differences. Many family events, reunions and social gatherings occur during the holidays. Anticipation, hope, and excitement accompany the wide array of emotions. Those who are closest to us have more power to hurt us. Tension, stress, separation, loneliness and resentment can accompany a relationship that is lacking forgiveness for the one who has wronged you. Refusal to forgive is an erosion of your life, mentally, physically, emotionally and spiritually.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 6, 2006
In my career I have been on location in many countries and states, in every kind of weather or type of place you can imagine. La Cañada has been the backdrop for many films and videos as well. It is hard to name a place where somebody hasn't set up a camera and crew and started shooting. I will always be grateful for the many years of adventure. Years ago, I was on location shooting a film in a convalescent facility. There was a lighting problem on set, and I knew there was going to be a long break while they re-set the lights.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 7, 2006
There are often guests that will stay at your home during the holidays. A considerate guest is one who is usually one that is appreciated and often is one you would love to have return. Entertaining guests takes time, finances and adjustments to one's daily schedules. Anything a guest can do to help is positive. What are some guidelines and suggestions that help to make a happy visit for everyone? It is a misperception that the ost/hostess is supposed to act as the "Grand Entertainer."
ENTERTAINMENT
May 4, 2006
Maren was a dear friend and high school classmate. She was tall, slender, beautiful and fun loving. We lost touch when I left for college and hadn't spoken in years. Finally, on a visit home, we reconnected. We had a long visit and she opened up about "secrets" she had kept regarding her home life during our teenage years. I had no idea her father had been physically abusive to her. She endured repeated serious beatings without any of her friends knowing. She left home and married a man who was also abusive to her. He wouldn't allow her to have friends or privacy, and sexually assaulted her. She lived in fear until the marriage ended and is now in another bad relationship.
NEWS
By Debra Kessler | December 19, 2012
Scary, disturbing, disgusting and virtually incomprehensible. These are the immediate feelings that overwhelm me as I watch the news unfold about the Newtown massacre. The shooter, like all children, had his own social, environmental and neurological history. This story brings to the forefront critical lessons in need of attention. We must guard against jumping to the conclusion that autistic-spectrum-disorder individuals are dangerous. But children who have difficulty with social engagement need support.
FEATURES
March 4, 2010
The Los Angeles Times ran a story Feb. 19 about an estranged Chicago couple and their fight with each other over what faith to raise their 3-year-old daughter in (the father is Catholic; the mother is Jewish). The mother recently filed a restraining order against the father, Joseph Reyes, after he baptized the girl Catholic, against a pledge he had taken to raise her Jewish. A judge then barred Reyes from exposing the girl to any faith other then Judaism — Reyes defied the order after taking his daughter to Mass.
NEWS
January 27, 2011
In the wake of the Jan. 8 shootings in Tucson, the Arizona state legislature has passed emergency legislation to prevent the Westboro Baptist Church from picketing victims' funerals, including that of 9-year-old Christina Taylor Green. The church's leader, Fred Phelps, has posted a video in which he thanks God for the Tucson gunman, calling Loughner a "soldier hero" for God. The law, based on one passed in Ohio in 2006, prohibits any group from protesting within 300 feet of a funeral.
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ENTERTAINMENT
December 11, 2008
Part 1 ? Forgiveness is a process of ceasing to feel resentment, indignation, anger for perceived offenses, injustices, mistakes, or differences. Many family events, reunions and social gatherings occur during the holidays. Anticipation, hope, and excitement accompany the wide array of emotions. Those who are closest to us have more power to hurt us. Tension, stress, separation, loneliness and resentment can accompany a relationship that is lacking forgiveness for the one who has wronged you. Refusal to forgive is an erosion of your life, mentally, physically, emotionally and spiritually.
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