Keyword: Linda Newell
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No more excuses — so much to learn, so much time

How many times have we given the excuse that we have so much to do with so little time? If you’re like me, then that number is probably countless. As we age, and science keeps us alive for more … more

Opioid crisis at the root — what are we so afraid of?

A key part of the seminary program I’m in is studying the values that drive our decisions individually and collectively. Yes, it’s important to triage and address the top layers of a problem to … more

Drivers can cooperate to make roadways civil

As you’re heading out for Fourth of July, summer vacations, or just around town, you’re going to run into (hopefully, not literally) other cars on the road. Some of us have been in Colorado for … more

Are we ethical stewards of our environment?

Being in seminary studying ethics and social justice, I am learning a lot about a lot. How are we living ethically? Are we aligned with our values while being good stewards and citizens of the … more

What we need to learn from New Zealand

You might be thinking, “But I’m from Colorado. We’ve learned plenty from Columbine, Aurora, and Arapahoe.” Yes, we have. We’ve improved our first responder techniques, learned better school … more
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