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Mother’s Day 2015 – One Day Early and Nineteen Years in the Making

Yesterday was the day before Mother’s Day.  We decided to celebrate a day early by going out for breakfast.

I would imagine most of you figure that’s no big deal.  1,408 more words

Postaday

Living With Brothers

I never wished for sisters. It’s not something I really thought about. Maybe that’s how we all are. We only know what we know and don’t know anything else. 563 more words

Life

Victory Day, Bridging Ideological Divides And True Peace.

by Jerry Alatalo

n an ideal world where humanity had moved beyond ideological battles and worked together in oneness, leaders from every nation would have attended Victory Day in Moscow.   1,771 more words

Earth Matters

United Nations, International Criminal Court Reform Urgent.

by Jerry Alatalo

he most urgent and important reform of the United Nations is making compulsory and binding all member states’ signing and ratifying the Rome Statute and coming under global jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court (ICC) in the Hague, Netherlands. 980 more words

Earth Matters

David Korten: Capitalism, Socialism... Or A New Story?

by Jerry Alatalo

avid Korten is 77 years-old. His most recent book “Change the Story, Change the Future: A Living Economy for a Living Earth” 3,163 more words

Earth Matters

Nobel Peace Prize Laureates Challenge American Militarism.

by Jerry Alatalo

hen three Nobel Peace Prize laureates come together for an interview, you know it’s a special occasion. Mairead Maguire was awarded the Prize in 1976 – the youngest recipient up to that point, she was 30-years old – for her efforts to bring peace to her native Northern Ireland. 635 more words

Earth Matters

Week 193 - The passing of time.

This week I haven’t looked at the whodunnit as I’ve been really busy with lots of things outside of work, and it’s likely that next week will be the same – instead I’ve been working on some poetry and indulging in an alternative creative outlet that is a little more sociable! 310 more words