Opinion

Tis the season for optimism

I have always been an optimist and I am determined to remain optimistic, especially as we head into a new year.

I refuse to be part of the anger that has permeated the country this year. Regardless of the cause of people’s anger and frustration—political, financial, cultural—I will not take part and will rather be part the calming and soothing that is sorely needed.

What is the source of my . . .

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