we all must do better

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Sanford, ME

#1 Mar 2, 2014
It seems all thru history there has been a pecking order...pointing out the faults of others does bring about change in society...and can bring good social changes. However, in order to properly see other people and to be able to understand what we see, reflecting within ourselves and making the necessary changes there will and is the only way to bring society into harmony.
This world has thousands and thousands of laws, there are thousands of religions, too many political views, etc. and the world has not gotten better. Change has to begin within each of us...a change that will bring positive results for the whole.

Sanford, ME

#2 Mar 8, 2014
We can certainly do better at the school. We are spending $250,000 too much per year according to the state and are only getting a "C" rating. Who is profiting from this excess? Certainly not the children.

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