The United States healthcare system is omnipresent on the discussion blocks of what does and does not work well in this country. In some aspects, the United States healthcare system is considered one of the best in the world, but in other areas it pales in comparison to many other developed countries. Most of the issues within the U.S. healthcare system revolve around money, and social issues and inequalities are no exceptions.
A general interest in the 50’s Canadian Avro Arrow jet interceptor soon led to a more focused interest in John Diefenbaker – his leadership style, personality, etc., when Canadian Prime Minister (1957 – 1963).
Pursuing Diefenbaker’s way of operating as a “renegade” brought to mind the recent style of former president Donald Trump – to which Collins dictionary defines Renegade as a “member of a group or profession who behaves in a way that is opposed to the normal behavior or beliefs of that group or profession.
I wonder if he could see beyond the tethered society we live in and find a way to survive in a world that has turned its back on interpersonal equations. I, like so many others my age are struggling to make sense of a society that judges success by the number of followers on one’s Twitter account.
The XXI century’s society observes how street art and graffiti serve to speak up and to debate about the problems existing in both rural and urban landscapes.
Although we don’t grow up to live with our parents forever, sometimes it can end up just that way, with multiple generations in the household. One in five Americans currently lives in a multigenerational household.
If you want to do something good in the world, one of the best ways you can give back right now is to support healthcare workers. Fighting COVID in our hospitals has turned into a mentally and physically exhausting marathon for the healthcare workers who are committed to saving as many lives as possible. Here’s how you can help.
“In 49 BC Julius Caesar led the 13th Legion across a small river in northern Italy. This seemingly insignificant event heralded the end of a several hundred year old democracy…”
…social psychologist Jonathan Haidt. He suggests that it’s not only possible to get along with people of diametrically opposing views, but both win by doing so.
Pondering the message of the two oeuvres, the themes still resonate in the current Philippine society even the artworks were created 136 years ago.
Whether it be a social worker or someone working in physical health, we have to remember that these people are experiencing all of the same changes that we are due to COVID, and then they have to go help other people deal with their own issues every single day.