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A Reflection with Ric – An Unforgettable Veteran

2020-11-10T20:50:05+00:00

On the occasions when I traveled to Washington, D.C. for work, I took great joy visiting the many Memorials on The National Mall. The Memorials regularly stirred up a variety of emotions, pride, awe, and often, a great deal of sadness. Gazing up at Abraham Lincoln never failed to remind me of the sacrifices of

A Reflection with Ric – An Unforgettable Veteran2020-11-10T20:50:05+00:00

A Reflection with Ric  – Behind Every Number is a Story

2020-09-30T13:03:08+00:00

“Nursing costs are way too high. Something must be done. Staffing is out of control, ” said the hospital's Executive Director to me, the brand new budget manager. Less than 24 hours later, the Director of Nursing told me, “My staffing is fine. I’m not over spending. I’m tired of being constantly asked to cut

A Reflection with Ric  – Behind Every Number is a Story2020-09-30T13:03:08+00:00

The Pandemic of 1918 – 1920 – A Family Member Looks Back

2020-08-28T13:53:19+00:00

A Reflection with Ric – The Pandemic of 1918 – 1920 – A Family Member Looks Back Silas Theodore Olson 14 Jan 1903 – 27 Jan 1920 When visiting my grandparents many years ago, I discovered some very old Olson family pictures.  One picture in particular caught my eye.  In the photo I saw a

The Pandemic of 1918 – 1920 – A Family Member Looks Back2020-08-28T13:53:19+00:00

 “I’m So Lonely – I Just Wanna Die”

2020-08-26T13:28:52+00:00

A Reflection with Ric  “I’m So Lonely – I Just Wanna Die”   As I approached her room, I saw the door stood slightly open.  I could barely see her and noticed she sat hunched over in her wheelchair.  I heard the Chicago Cubs’ game on her TV. “May I come in?” I asked, knocking

 “I’m So Lonely – I Just Wanna Die”2020-08-26T13:28:52+00:00

STAYING SANE IN AN INSANE TIME

2020-05-19T21:47:29+00:00

STAYING SANE IN AN INSANE TIME  Richard H. Cox, MD, PhD, DMin ---There have been many times in history when the human race has faced mass insanity, and this is one of them. Brilliant minds are distracted, creative minds are blunted, and values are questioned. Morals are provoked, relationships are pushed to

STAYING SANE IN AN INSANE TIME2020-05-19T21:47:29+00:00

Reflection with Ric – This Too Shall Pass!

2020-04-13T19:26:12+00:00

Please review the following article: https://thehill.com/opinion/healthcare/492274-april-12-1955-vaccine-vanquishes-polio-65-years-ago April 12, 1955 was a day in United States History that was almost set aside as a national holiday. Americans in 1955 lived with two major fears – polio and nuclear war. Students in schools on that special day when the announcement was made about the vaccine

Reflection with Ric – This Too Shall Pass!2020-04-13T19:26:12+00:00

Sing all the Verses!

2019-12-23T21:38:01+00:00

Our leadership team walked through the campus singing Christmas carols. We came to the dining room for folks who needed a great deal of assistance with daily living – many suffered from varying degrees of memory loss. Ina sat in the back of the room.  Ina’s husband, a Pastor, had died quite a few years

Sing all the Verses!2019-12-23T21:38:01+00:00
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