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Reflections on Hidden Hill: Hidden from Plain Sight

by Dr. Denise R. Ames October is my favorite month! It is a month that inspires reflection, at least it does for me. I felt immersed in a reflective mood when I visited Hidden Hill in Craryville, New York, about … Continue reading

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The Progressive Left: Making of a Mythology, The Myth of Meaning, pt. 4

By Dr. Denise R. Ames If you are like me, you are probably wondering what is going on today. I am trying to make sense of the turmoil, uncertainty, and rage. I find it is hard to get clear answers. … Continue reading

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The Progressive Left: Making of a Mythology, Three American Myths, pt. 3

By Dr. Denise R. Ames If you are like me, you are probably wondering what is going on today. I am trying to make sense of the turmoil, uncertainty, and rage. I find it is hard to get clear answers. … Continue reading

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The Progressive Left: Making of a Mythology, Three American Myths, pt. 2

By Dr. Denise R. Ames If you are like me, you are probably wondering what is going on today. I am trying to make sense of the turmoil, uncertainty, and rage. I find it is hard to get clear answers. … Continue reading

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The Progressive Left: Making of a Mythology, pt. 1

By Dr. Denise R. Ames If you are like me, you are probably wondering what is going on today. It seems as though political division is rampant, communities are fraying, and the American middle class is, well, caught in the … Continue reading

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A Time to Speak Up: 12 Insights on Recent Events: #9, Five Future Scenarios

By Dr. Denise R. Ames This is a momentous time that we are experiencing. Who can be trusted for wise council? Where are the elders? Elders have something to add to the conversation about what is going on today. I … Continue reading

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My 5 Key Issues for Fall 2020

By Dr. Denise R. Ames I have found that these 5 key issues need our immediate attention, whether we discuss them in the living room, classroom, boardroom, or factory. We have been pulled in all directions because of the coronavirus … Continue reading

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A Time to Speak Up: 12 Insights on Recent Events. #8 Things Fall Apart

By Dr. Denise R. Ames This is a momentous time that we are experiencing. Who can be trusted for wise council? Where are the elders? Elders have something to add to the conversation about what is going on today. I … Continue reading

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A Time to Speak Up: 12 Insights on Recent Events. #7 Traditions are Important

By Dr. Denise R. Ames This is a momentous time that we are experiencing. Who can be trusted for wise council? Where are the elders? Elders have something to add to the conversation about what is going on today. I … Continue reading

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A Time to Speak Up: 12 Insights on Recent Events. #6 What Gives Us Meaning?

By Dr. Denise R. Ames This is a momentous time that we are experiencing. Who can be trusted for wise council? Where are the elders? Elders have something to add to the conversation about what is going on today. I … Continue reading

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