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August 28, 2020

The philosopher Søren Kierkegaard, who died in 1855, speculated about the impact of radio and television long before they (not to mention the personal computer, internet, and smartphones) were invented: "Suppose someone invented an instrument, a convenient little talking tube which, say, could be heard over the whole land. ... I wonder if the police would not forbid it, fearing that the whole country would become mentally deranged if it were used."

From Handbook to Wisdom, Ken Boa

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It is with a heavy heart my wife and I share that her grandmother passed away. Some of you may have seen me post about her before. Grandma Muffin was a staple to this family; every birthday, holiday and special occasion was done at Grandma's along with delicious home made food. My wife and I along with her siblings have decided to continue with the meals at either our home or her mom's to keep the tradition alive.

I really wanted to share one of grandma's rules for her home. No matter your opinion, your place in the family or if you had one of the arguments during making hay that left you at odds with each other. You cross that threshold you were even, on common ground, you became the adult you are and minded your manners and grandma.

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