Richard Morris

Canoedling in Cleveland: A Chat with Richard Morris

by Michell Spoden Canoes are one of the oldest sources of travel through the rivers. They were originally made by native people and used for survival. Construction of these beautiful creations was made from birch bark and for sure one hundred percent natural—from what was used to keep the pieces together and even down to…

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How to Bounce Back from Failure

by Maurine Anderson Feeling as though you have failed at something can be one of the most disheartening places to find yourself in. Yet all of us at some point or another face failure of some kind. Some people seem to handle failure with grace, while for others, failure can be a major hindrance in…

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The Life of a Breast Cancer Survivor

by Simon Johnson Getting the prognosis that your cancer has been sent into remission is certainly a joyous one. While it is a cause for celebration, it also brings a new set of worries and concerns. Once you have undergone stringent treatment to overcome the disease, you are going to have to adjust to a…

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Words Heal

by Kathy Curtis I believe in the power of words to heal. Whether we write them ourselves or they’re written by others; whether they come through poetry, a novel, or a memoir; they give voice to the unfolding stories of our shared human experience. They contain seeds of wisdom, new perspectives, loving guidance, a sense…