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People respond to challenges in human experience in a variety of ways, depending on how they believe they can effect change for the better—or not. You’ve probably heard people say (or even found yourself saying), “I might just as well resign myself to the fact that nothing is ever going to change.” And then they either become complacently content with their circumstances, or they seethe with anger from within until at some point that anger boils up into some kind of unpleasant, or even dangerous, expression.
What’s needed, in any case where something seems to be standing in the way of beneficial progress, is a mediator—one who can win us over to a way of thinking that can move us forward toward harmonious resolutions, instead of being resigned to, or angered by, our circumstances.
Margaret Wylie, Gayle Thompsen, David Long, Sheila Zorn
Safe and secure in the arms of Love
Lonely no more
No ‘sometimes’ in God’s kingdom
Anne P. Daly
The right response
A night in the woods
Course correction brings healing
Injuries related to a fall healed
'The heavens declare the glory'
Photograph by Steve Ryf