Category Archives: Emergency/Crisis Medical

Be tender

Do healthy Be tender Think deeply :- Doug.

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Life for Dad?

What is better quality of life for Dad? :- Doug.

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Do healthy

Do healthy. Keep loving. Reflect. :- Doug.

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People we like

We work with people we like. :- Doug.

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Hardest there is

This requires thinking—the hardest work there is. :- Doug.

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Needs we cannot

Feeling inadequate, overwhelmed, anxious, and the like are some of the harder parts of having a close one whose needs we cannot alleviate. :- Doug.

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A hat of any color

You can fight the pain. You can befriend it. You can give in to it. Or you can meet it without giving it a hat of any color. :- Doug.

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Turning in your hand

There is no safety Safety is a lie Told as if true Living is mystery Turning in your hand :- Doug.

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Busy pandemic days

In all the busy-ness of these pandemic days I must make time to love and to reflect. These are of the same substance. Yes, I must. :- Doug.

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Stay healthy

Stay healthy. Keep loving. Reflect. :- Doug.

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January baby boom

Consider we will have a January baby boom Consider we make time to consider, to reflect :- Doug.

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Let’s not go back

Let’s not go back to business as usual Let’s go better to serving life and living :- Doug.

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We don’t need to get through covid-19

After Covid-19, it’s a new world out there. We don’t need to get through it, we need to help one another get through it. To a new side. :- Doug.

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Pandemic turn

Could this pandemic Turn us to one another Maybe we’ll find our purpose is each other? :- Doug.

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Pandemic interruption

Is this pandemic an interruption Or is it our generation’s main path? :- Doug.

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A story remembering project

A story remembering project. What can we do to engage the grandchildren? Could you grab a grandchild or two and tell a story? What’s your secret for telling stories to your grandchildren, for getting their attention? If it is difficult, … Continue reading

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Get out the door

Get out the door. Even if you have to stay in. :- Doug.

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