Last month, I had the opportunity to see firsthand how the Clinton Foundation’s programs and partners are fighting the opioid epidemic and helping people lead healthier lives. The garden skeleton poster. In Baltimore and Jacksonville, I spoke with doctors, law enforcement professionals, educators, students, families – even Conan O’Brien about how together we can help others and make a lasting difference in our communities. Last Friday I had the pleasure to hear Bill Clinton give the key note address at The National AIDS Memorial Grove in San Francisco. The theme taken from the great Martin Luther King phrase. The arc of the universe is long but it bends toward justice. President Clinton gave an excellent speech and there were many points he raised but one in particular I took away with me. He said “don’t look at the head lines, look at the trend lines”.
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In my mind it connected with something I believe we can all do in our own way. Our nation is at a low point in its history. The garden skeleton poster. There are headlines every day that go from making me cringe to feelings of hopelessness that seems to much to bear. When I heard Clinton speak and heard the line above it crystallized for me what we can achieve despite the times we live in. WE maintain our integrity. WE strive for what it is truly just and compassionate. WE turn to our better angels especially when the other side becomes even more vile. And WE take advantage of what the founding fathers put in place the ballot box.