Nov. 12: The power of kindness

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Despite the perception of strength in those who are rude and obnoxious, there really is power in being kind.

Nov. 13: Who won? Too much of a good thing…

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We’ll discuss some details of who won in the midterms and what it might mean for us all. Also, can a person have too much power?

Nov. 14: Suffering well

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There are some serious rewards for suffering well. Check out this past Sunday’s broadcast if you were in worship service.

Nov. 15: Into the future

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We’ll continue to see how robots will help construct our buildings. We’ll also check out new uses for glasses and cameras. Are we ready?

Nov. 16: Let’s soar some more

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Taking more principles from Dr. Stosny’s Soar Above, let’s gain more know-how in using our brains to help us succeed in life, especially our relationships.

Nov. 17: Helping antibiotics fight back. Is aging a disease that can be treated?

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Antibiotics have been taking a beating for years as the stuff that makes us ill have built up resistances. We can give antibiotics a chance to get back on top. What do you think: is aging a disease? Can it be treated?

Nov. 18: Spiritual Perspectives; Women in leadership

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Let’s continue to grasp some rewards for suffering well. This is great for the richest down to the poorest among us. And we will have a record number of women serving in Congress so let’s continue to explore women in leadership.

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