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The sacred texts of all religions propose some variation of God is good, all lives are of great value, and we ought to be kind to one another. Perhaps this 2020 pandemic is a global resetting of our priorities. We’ve seen the air get cleaner and nature venturing further into developed communities. We’re realizing the importance and impact of contributions from people who are typically underpaid and underappreciated: cleaning crews, those who grow, process, deliver, stock and serve our food, teachers, nurses’ aides, caregivers to the very young, elderly, disabled, and critically ill, and those who deliver mail and packages to our homes.

Will 2020 be the year we realize the value of work we have taken for granted all these years? Will 2020 show us once and for all that we truly are interdependent on one another?  When one person is infected by this virus, we are all exposed to danger.

How wise we would be if we finally, fully appreciated the dignity and worth of each person in our global village. Many good people are doing great things in our global village. Welcome to HowWiseThen were I lift up their efforts.

Mayflower Chronicles: The Tale of Two Cultures

Though the 2020 pandemic has impacted the publication of my historical novel about how the English refugees and the Native people overcame horrific challenges 400 years ago, we’re still on track to release the book later this year.  The parallels between their struggles and those we face today are uncanny. History really does repeat itself.

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I’ve created an assortment of resources you may find useful. They cover such topics as a calendar of events planned for the 400th Anniversary of the arrival of the Mayflower, my book recommendations for 2019, disaster response tips, and moving tips. Subscribe and Enjoy.

 



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I thrive on finding a way under, over, around, or through a challenge. My books address ways to overcome obstacles or to prepare to handle them. All my books are available on Amazon. If you want an autographed copy, contact me for details.

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I meet the most amazing people who are making the world around them a little bit better. I also talk to people who tell me amazing facts about the ways people used to love, learn, and live. These are the things I write about in my How Wise Then blog posts.

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I write articles about situations I encounter. There are tips for raising children, dealing with addiction, abuse, and abandonment. I write from a faith perspective. Quite a few of my articles appeared in faith-based publications; others in national magazines.

 

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Whether your group and your budget are large or small I will work with you to find a topic and plan that works for you. I specialize in helping churches and non-profit organizations become as effective as possible with the resources available.

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I’ve created an assortment of resources you may find useful. They cover such topics as a calendar of events planned for the 400th Anniversary of the arrival of the Mayflower, my book recommendations for 2019, disaster response tips, and moving tips. Subscribe and Enjoy.