Mid-Thirties Millennial Last month, I turned 36 years young, and as I’ve been keenly following the phenomenal journalist-historian Heather Cox-Richardson this past year (https://www.nytimes.com/2020/12/27/business/media/heather-cox-richardson-substack-boston-college.html), I have been reflecting on the entire political, economic, and historic context/backdrop of my life thus …

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Doing Life Your Own Way Even when it seems like you have nowhere left to turn, there is a solution waiting for you. Always. The journey that each human being makes through earthly existence can have hardship as often as …

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Please note: There was NOT a November issue of this newsletter published Got Polio? This piece was published in the Salt Lake Tribune Letters to the Editor section on December 3, 2020. On May 8, 1980, the World Health Assembly …

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Joyce Barnes1930 ~ 2020 Joyce Barnes was a longtime member of Humanists of Utah who served on the Board of Directors for several years. Joyce grew up in Colorado. On graduation from high school, she went to the University of …

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President’s Report Empathy evolved over millions of years in animals and eventually humans as a form of parental care to provide the best care to the young to increase odds of survival. By providing feedback, babies encouraged mothers and tribes …

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