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A Work in Progress A Work in Progress "Be patient toward all that is unsolved in your heart and try to love the questions themselves." --Rainer Maria Rilke Photo (Photo ?julenisse/Fotolia) Pages Blog About Me Published In... Thoughts On Writing On Huffington Post Wednesday, March 08, 2017 What Truths Is Twitter Revealing About Our Nation’s Collective Character? The vitriol that is spread under the cover of social media anonymity is quickly infecting the rest of society. March 7, 2017 by Mary Novaria Featured on The Good Men Project Getty Images I’ve heard it said that folks who spew malicious attacks and toxic name-calling on Twitter are hiding behind relative anonymity—that they would never look someone in the eye and repeat face-to-face the same nasty, ugly venom, they type out to the world in 140 characters or less. Whether that theory is true, and I’m not convinced it is, doesn’t matter. Words are currency. Whether delivered via social media, a phone call, email or text, or in the presence of others, the words we choose and way we use them speaks volumes about who we are, both individually and as a society. ??? So when I see the headline, Longtime Trump Adviser Calls Critic a “Stupid Ignorant Ugly B—–,” it gets my hackles up. Although some of his most profane and poisonous tweets were deleted, it’s been widely reported that Roger Stone, a crony of the President, unleashed attacks over the weekend aimed at CNN commentator Anna Navarro (whom he called “fat and stupid”), politics writer Yashir Ali (“politically correct asswipe”), and a woman who goes by Caroline O. CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING. Posted by Mary Novaria at 12:50 PM No comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Labels: bigotry, civil discourse, Facebook, language, manners, misogyny, politics, profanity, racism, Roger Stone, sexism, Social Media, Trump, Twitter Monday, February 20, 2017 A Mother's Lessons Lead to Her Final Gift As seen on Photo Credit: Ond?ej ?álek Flickr via Compfight cc “I want to die.” It was hard to hear when my mother first said the words to me over the phone, but I understood why she felt that way. Besides robbing her of memory, that thief dementia had stolen my mom’s independence, dignity and ability to have an adult conversation. She repeated herself incessantly and often had trouble spitting out a coherent thought. “Oh, never mind,” she’d say when she couldn’t get the words out. I could tell she was confused, frightened and depressed at the turn her life had taken. I tried to imagine what it would be like to wake up in assisted living every morning and not remember where I was or why I was there. The thought terrified me. “I just want it to be over,” she said, in a rare moment of clarity. She hadn’t been so definite about anything in five years or more. At first I didn’t know what to say, but a month later, when my mom repeated her desire to die, I’d had time to think about my response. Please click here to continue reading... Posted by Mary Novaria at 7:34 PM No comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Labels: caregiving, death, dementia, dying, Episcopal Church, faith, family, grief, hospice, hospice care, mothers. daughters, parents, spirituality Older Posts Home Subscribe to: Posts (Atom) About Me Mary Novaria View my complete profile Previous Posts Previous Posts March 2017 (1) February 2017 (2) December 2016 (2) October 2016 (2) September 2016 (1) August 2016 (1) June 2016 (4) May 2016 (1) April 2016 (1) March 2016 (1) February 2016 (2) January 2016 (2) December 2015 (4) November 2015 (2) October 2015 (1) July 2015 (2) June 2015 (2) May 2015 (1) March 2015 (2) January 2015 (2) December 2014 (1) November 2014 (1) October 2014 (1) July 2014 (2) April 2014 (1) March 2014 (1) February 2014 (1) November 2013 (1) October 2013 (1) September 2013 (1) August 2013 (1) May 2013 (2) April 2013 (1) March 2013 (2) February 2013 (1) January 2013 (1) December 2012 (3) November 2012 (3) October 2012 (1) September 2012 (2) August 2012 (2) July 2012 (1) June 2012 (2) April 2012 (1) March 2012 (1) February 2012 (1) January 2012 (3) December 2011 (1) November 2011 (2) October 2011 (3) July 2011 (2) June 2011 (1) May 2011 (1) March 2011 (1) February 2011 (1) December 2010 (1) July 2010 (1) June 2010 (1) April 2010 (1) January 2010 (1) September 2009 (1) July 2009 (1) May 2009 (1) February 2009 (1) October 2008 (1) September 2008 (1) July 2008 (1) June 2008 (1) May 2008 (1) April 2008 (1) March 2008 (1) December 2007 (1) June 2007 (1) April 2007 (1) February 2007 (1) February 2006 (1) January 2006 (1) December 2005 (1) November 2005 (1) October 2005 (2) September 2005 (2) Follow Me! Twitter Follow by Email Book Reviews Goodreads Contact Form Name Email * Message * Ethereal theme. Powered by Blogger. Whois

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