Uncommon people and places surround us. Look around you. They are just like us, but they deserve recognition for their courage and kindness. Uncommon people and places encourage us to smell the flowers on our journey. Visit a museum. Find a new hobby. Attend a “meet-up.” Volunteer. Buy flowers for a friend. Make a phone call to someone you miss. Do something uncommon today.
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Don’t miss my monthly newsletter, titled “Roving Ruth.” It’s super easy to register. The newsletter arrives around the first of each month. In the December issue, I focus on the topic of RESISTANCE. What changes are you making? Change is inevitable. Sometimes resistance good as we must stand up for our resistance. Other times, our resistance is a roadblock to our own future.
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Quote for the Month
“We have to speak out and call people out on things that we think are attacks on democracy and our justice system, but we also have to learn a new way to have conversations so we c=move past a butting of of heads to actually reach resolutions to these huge problems.”
Elizabeth McCormack, Associate Dean for Experiential Learning and Associate Clinical Professor of Law at University of Tulsa College of Law
From the Tulsa Voice, “Immigrant Rights” by William Gilliam
GIFT OF THE SUITCASE
Do you have a friend with a heartache? Whether the problem is an impending divorce, a health issue, a disruptive event, Gift of the Suitcase, is a good gift for that individual. You can order it through my website, Amazon or purchase it at my presentations. The book offers hope, beautiful scenery, a little humor and the message that “Losing baggage is not always a loss.”
The story begins when I graduated from college with high expectations for the future. My travel through life proves that twists and turns create unforeseen opportunities. With a touch of laughter and spirituality, we see how kindness helps with chaos, today and throughout history. Read more details.
The book is an excellent present for:
- People experiencing serious changes
- Book clubs
- Friends and relatives
- YOU, especially if you don’t have time for a 400-page novel.
Click here to order immediately or go to Amazon, Barnes and Noble, IBooks, Powell’s Book Store, or another favorite distributor to order the book, relax with a cup of coffee and enjoy the trip. My story is a memoir. If you would like more books about the Resistance in France during World War II, please check MORE Books on the drop down Books tab for my favorites.