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Ron Cebik
Ron Cebik is a retired Marriage and Family Therapist living in Connecticut. Confined to a wheelchair by a rare neuro-muscular disease, he writes poetry and remains a student of psycho-social development and Eastern religious thought. He holds M. Div. and Ed.D degrees.

Entries by Ron Cebik

Liberals' Charles Dickens Fallacy

(87) Comments | Posted December 12, 2013 | 3:17 PM

Once again, I have been taken in. Christmas TV programming can do that to the emotionally vulnerable. Whatever version it is, Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol leaves me feeling something like glee as Scrooge awakens from his night of nostalgia and terror to an inexplicable joy at being alive on...

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Aging as a Spiritual Journey

(15) Comments | Posted November 6, 2013 | 11:36 AM

It happens. Yes, we all come to the moment we realize we are growing old. It just happens differently for each of us. If we picture our life span as a trajectory with an ascendency, peak, and descent, somewhere after the peak, we notice changes and events that indicate loss....

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Persons, People, and Public Policy

(181) Comments | Posted October 20, 2013 | 6:53 PM

Contemplating the confusion of contemporary events happening on both national and international stages, it is easy to pass judgment on whatever actor is portraying the role opposite of our own preference. The truth is that we are all responsible for the confusion and dysfunction. The breakdown of government is not...

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