Articles written by: Diane Weber Bederman

Where is the moral outrage?

              A good friend of mine, Lucie, asked me to write about the dearth of moral outrage. I think she is referring to the unending political corruption in government. Well, there is outrage, but moral outrage requires morals...

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Ukraine’s Sunflower of Peace

    The sunflower (Helianthus), called “sunyashnikiis” in Ukrainian, is the national flower of Ukraine. The bright yellow blooms are an integral part of its culture, heritage, and even its economy. Sunflowers were first imported from North America to Ukraine...

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Covid: Two years later

  I wrote my first article about Covid in March 2020. I am sharing it again. Here are some facts to keep in mind as you read it. Reported Covid deaths There are approximately 7.8 billion people in the world: 5.96 million have died. That is 0.08%. In America there...

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