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Moment of Silence

 

Friends, contributors, collaborators, and to all our readers, we come to you today with a heavy heart in light of some recent events. Strife, unrest, mass murders, and natural disasters. We are hitting some new records all around as tragedies abound. Add to that the threat of more wars, and the leaders who are seldom beyond reproach.

Today’s article has come up empty as our editorial team has taken a knee. Please forgive us. This week’s Prescription is for the NGOs:

 

Human Rights Watch / www.hrw.org

 

International Red Cross / www.icrc.org

 

Doctors without Borders / www.doctorswithoutborders.org

 

 

We have always believed that we can do good. But at times we are challenged and our moral character will be placed under question. We would like to take a moment to reflect on some of these worldly affairs. We believe we can triumph over these adversities. We can rise above.

Create. Connect. Engage.

Let us have a moment of silence. Take a knee.

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Moment of Silence

 

Friends, contributors, collaborators, and to all our readers, we come to you today with a heavy heart in light of some recent events. Strife, unrest, mass murders, and natural disasters. We are hitting some new records all around as tragedies abound. Add to that the threat of more wars, and the leaders who are seldom beyond reproach.

Today’s article has come up empty as our editorial team has taken a knee. Please forgive us. This week’s Prescription is for the NGOs:

 

Human Rights Watch / www.hrw.org

 

International Red Cross / www.icrc.org

 

Doctors without Borders / www.doctorswithoutborders.org

 

 

We have always believed that we can do good. But at times we are challenged and our moral character will be placed under question. We would like to take a moment to reflect on some of these worldly affairs. We believe we can triumph over these adversities. We can rise above.

Create. Connect. Engage.

Let us have a moment of silence. Take a knee.