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What is a Caring Community?

Communities, from a social perspective, are highly complex human systems that are shaped by the actions of its people. The ability to be resilient and endure change is crucial to a community’s development. A community’s culture and climate is defined in the statement “how we do things here.”

Lifestyle, Voice for Change | By Jim Jelinske

What is a Caring Community?

What is a Caring Community?

Communities, from a social perspective, are highly complex human systems that are shaped by the actions of its people. The ability to be resilient and endure change is crucial to a community’s development. A community’s culture and climate is defined in the statement “how we do things here.”

Lifestyle, Voice for Change |

Give a Gift of Love

Give a Gift of Love

I have a picture of the historic Twin Towers in New York hanging in my office, and every day I look at it and remember that day. I think about how many of those people left home that day without saying, “I love you,” to someone they love. It inspires me to connect with people I love and tell them before I hang up the phone or give them a hug goodbye that I love them.

Lifestyle, Voice for Change | By Jim Jelinske

A Dream

A Dream

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s most memorable speech from his life as an activist, "I Have a Dream," was delivered August 28, 1963 before more than 200,000 people in front of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. as part of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom.

Lifestyle, Voice for Change | By Jim Jelinske

War Veterans: Honor, Pride and Courage

War Veterans: Honor, Pride and Courage

I recently attended a Korean War veteran reunion with my father in Phoenix, AZ. Some 200 proud and honorable men representing the 40th Division Regimental Combat Team came together to remember. These men, many in their eighties, represented what was referred to as the “forgotten war.” But ask any of these veterans about the Korean War, and they’ll tell you it’s nothing of the sort. They’re intimately familiar with both the unbreakable bonds of brotherhood formed and the tragic sacrifices made during the war. They haven’t forgotten a thing, because from 1950 to 1953, the Korean War was their only reality.

Lifestyle, Voice for Change | By Jim Jelinske

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