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Get Used to Different
One of the most challenging things about sorting fact from fiction regarding Covid is the tendency of those in authority to wildly exaggerate or spin statistics to fit their preferred narrative. Issues & Insights does a great job of deconstructing the latest “fact” about our hospitals being overwhelmed by the unvaccinated.
We have a lot of experts telling us what to do in every area of our lives. However, Art Carden warns not to become too compliant because experts can fail, even when they’re right.
The biggest blessing of our current crises is that they have brought forward individuals who are willing to answer the calling to step up and be a source of light and courage. Allan Stevo is one of the brightest sources out there. His latest column explains how to decouple your life from the people trying to assume control of it.
One of the toughest things to contemplate is that we’re just going to have to get used to things being different than before. Find the time to read this entire speech given by James George Jatras. He takes an unflinching look at how it’s later than we think as well as offering three practical things we can do about it.
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