Monthly Archives: December 2015

May We Feel Safe … May We Live in Peace

May We Feel Safe … May We Live in Peace  Mary E. Latela 12/12/2015 In January of the year I was born, my mother and father, who had spent a month after their wedding in NYC, said farewell, and Mom … Continue reading

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The Children Left Behind

The Children Left Behind After Mass Shootings  Mary E. Latela, December 10, 2015 “Since no amount of dead bodies seems enough to spur lawmakers to rein in access to guns, let’s focus on the living — the children gun violence … Continue reading

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WWII – Pearl Harbor (1)

Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day December 7th …Reflections by Mary E. Latela, December 7, 2015 Most of us do not remember the day, Sunday, December 7, 1941, when Pearl Harbor in Hawaii was attacked mightily and by surprise as soldiers were just … Continue reading

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Frank Scozzari Hits Where It Hurts in The Wind Guardian

Review By Mary E. Latela   Frank Scozzari has masterfully assembled a thriller which will horrify and amaze the reader. Back when nuclear power plants opened, we worried about leakage or meltdowns, or an earthquake send radioactive material across the … Continue reading

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How to Succeed

Reflection by Mary E. Latela, December 5, 2015 We were preparing to say farewell to a wonderful man who had just died, and whose funeral was coming  up. When asked for my input, I suggested a quotation from Ralph Waldo … Continue reading

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