Spotlight: Words

By Nancy Polanski (nap) on October 30, 2017

Sometimes all we need is a flower or two.

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"The diversity of human beings is like entering a garden.

If you have only one kind of flower or plant, it’s not that great,

but when you have all the different kinds of plants, that’s beautiful."


--Chaden Djalali, Dean of Liberal Arts and Sciences, The University of Iowa

 

(Contributed by LarryR)


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About Nancy Polanski
I live in Western New York. I'm retired, after working for 30 years in the Microbiology Labs at our county hospital. My time now is spent mostly with the Karen refugee population in Buffalo, advocating for them, teaching, helping and enjoying them. I've twice traveled to their camps in Thailand and experienced their culture. It seems they have taught me more about life than I have taught them.

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A world where all people are the same is unimaginable to me Zanymuse Oct 30, 2017 5:54 AM 1

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