Monthly Archives: May 2019

Say My Name: Tyrone, by Will Saunders

The things I write here usually are serious topics that strike me or are relevant to society or a subset of our community, or I write something of major significance in some way, larger than just me I like to … Continue reading

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Since I Fell For You, by Will Saunders

I love how closely you can connect to a song and be deeply moved because of how it speaks to things, people, or situations you have faced. That’s something that is universal and everyone I know can relate to that … Continue reading

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Health Matters, by Will Saunders

The recent illnesses or deaths of some notable celebrities – with the exception of Larry King, all of whom are middle-age men, highlight the need to pay more attention to our minds, bodies, and our overall health, including our mental … Continue reading

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Mass Shootings In America, by Will Saunders

   There are many examples of mass shootings across the United States, many of which result in the deaths of victims. I won’t list them or single any of them out here. You can look that up for yourselves if … Continue reading

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