Posts by Judi Thompson

Restoring Wholeness Blog December 2019 – by Judi Thompson

How many times have you been on social media and have read something “NEW” and been either amazed or upset by this new-found information?  We are learning to not believe everything we read or hear. We can be gullible at times especially if it’s something we like or want. We need to do our own research and fact check to find out the source of the information. This reminds me of our spiritual food. How many times do we read…

RW Blog November 2018

SNOOZING AWAY OPPORTUNITIES… BLOG by Judi Thompson Wow….I can’t believe it’s already December. Another year has quickly passed. In the stores it seemed as if Thanksgiving was ignored and Christmas took over. There were a few sales on pumpkins and turkeys and of course limited areas on the store isles to display all the things one “must have” to be able to celebrate Thanksgiving. But almost simultaneously the multiple rows of Christmas decorations sadly overshadowed Thanksgiving. Such a reflection on…

RW MAY 2018 BLOG

Message from the heart by Judi A. Thompson I recently walked through a courtyard that was beautiful and pristine. I didn’t linger but had taken notice how everything seems so clean and in order.  Later in the day I went back through the same area after the winds picked up. I was taken back with the condition and visual impact the wind left on the courtyard. Leaves had been released from the trees and swirled into random piles all over the…

RWM Blog April 2017 – “Fake News”

Fake news – by Judith A. Thompson (From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia) Fake news websites (also referred to as hoax news[1][2]) deliberately publish hoaxes, propaganda, and disinformation purporting to be real news—often using social media to drive web traffic and amplify their effect.[3][4][5] Unlike news satire, fake news websites seek to mislead rather than entertain readers, often for financial or political gain.[6][4] Such sites have promoted political falsehoods in Germany,[7][8] Indonesia and the Philippines,[9] Sweden,[10][11] Myanmar,[12] and the United States.[13][14][15] Many sites originate, or are promoted, from Russia,[3][13][16] Macedonia,[17][18] Romania,[19] and the United States.[20][21] Yesterday I noticed a post on Facebook from…

RWM BLOG – SEPTEMBER 2015 “Hearing For The First Time”

“…hearing for the first time”  by Judi A. Thompson Today I was strolling through Facebook. I found some old friends and new articles and information. It was just a lazy time of browsing. I came across the clip of children and adults when they could “hear” for the first time. It brought tears to my eyes. Those of us who do not struggle with hearing loss take hearing for granted. Watching them experience sound brought many of them to tears.…