Dear Editor: I pray you can help?? I have been looking for Sparky, we was to be married, neither one of us handled our disagreement vary well, I know he is my soul mate. I have been looking for him every cents our disagreement he said he would be back, that we both needed time. […]
To the Editor: The NY Times story about Monday night’s town-hall-style Democratic event in Des Moines, Iowa (January 25, 2016; Maggie Haberman) focused on the three candidates Bernie Sanders, Martin O’Malley and Hillary Clinton. Let us not forget, however, that next week’s 2016 Iowa Democratic Caucus and other similar events is not only about choosing […]
Please, please, please help those of us who are caregivers. I don’t know where else to turn.
To the Editor: I have lived in New Jersey for 40 years and I have never asked for anything from my legislators but I decided to write the following letter to my state representatives as well as my federal representatives. Here is the letter: I am writing to express my concerns about the lack of […]
It has been well documented that, believers who pray for help and guidance have improved health.
Re: Paradox of Prayer (Feb/Mar AARP Magazione). You weren’t “sermonizing,” but simply reporting the facts as they are. Angry responses from those who identify as atheists were unfortunate. The insanity of political correctness, wherein people need to be shielded from opinions they disagree with, belongs to our grandchildren’s generation, not to us who are older, and […]
To the Editor: Stephanie Grace writes (“Obama Gives Landrieu a Present“, Dec. 20, 2013) that Obama’s likely appointment of Sen. Max Baucus as ambassador to China will pave the way for Sen. Landrieu to become chair of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, which will help her in her bid for re-election in 2014. […]
Armstrong has helped raise almost one half billion dollars for cancer research. That is something that no one can take away.
The Lancaster Newspapers’ series of articles on “Falling Out of the Middle Class” by Jack Brubaker is a must-read and stimulates healthy discussion about what is happening in the lives of our neighbors and what we might do to help.
No doubt the criticisms of the DC Metro service are true and the flaws should be addressed. But I have encountered nothing but good cheer from the employees when I needed help and I see them monitoring the vending machine area to help people who appear dazed. They’ve given me directions and there have been maps available.
Sadly, every minute of every day, someone attempts to take their own life and every 15 minutes someones dies by suicide. We need to know more about suicide and ways to prevent. We also need to help those left behind, the survivors of suicide loss.
To the Editor: Have you been laid off from your current job? Are you looking for employment? With so many layoffs and a struggling economy what do we do? I think that everyone has skills, talents and qualities that they can contribute to society, if they so choose. I also believe that even though the […]