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June / July 2017

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"WE CAN BE THE LEADERS for the global community, but we're going to be failing if we're not leading with the environmental issues in our backyard." Assembly- woman Cristina Garcia, (D-Bell Gardens), while taking Gov. Jerry Brown on a tour of her district, which included stops to mobile homes near industrial sites and a park where chil- dren play right next to a freeway heavily crowded with truck traffic (LA Times, 5/23) "MY ATTITUDE ABOUT DEATH IS, going into the next room, and it's a room the rest of us can't go into because we don't have the key, but when we do get the key, we'll go in there and we'll see one another again." Sir Roger Moore, who died on May 23 (NPR interview, 2014) "FREQUENTLY, PEOPLE WHO GO along a treasonous path do not know they are on a treason- ous path until it is too late." Former CIA Director John O. Brennan testifying before the House Intelligence Commit- tee about alleged Russian interference in the US election (New York Times 5/23) "THE HAIGHT ASHBURY FREE Clinic was born in June of 1967 during the peak of the Summer of Love. Supported by Bill Graham and local musicians as well as large numbers of medical volunteers from the local community, the clinic operated 24 hours a day with about 250 patients per day including a very active talk down center for bad LSD trips. Free came from the alternative free city concept articulated by the Diggers and the founding slogan was 'Heathcare is a right not a privilege.'" Dr. David Smith, Founder of Haight Ashbury Free Medical Clinic (San Francis- co news conference, 2/16) "NO ONE WANTS ANYBODY TO die. You know, that line is so indefensible. Nobody dies because they don't have access to health care." Idaho Re- publican Rep. Raul Labrador speaking during a town hall meeting at Lewis-Clark State College in Lewiston, Idaho (CBS News, 5/6) "I'M DEFINITELY GOING TO SAY it's a privilege. As a government employee, I am granted health care. And I see firsthand that for one to have health care, you need to have jobs. So therefore, we need to continue to cultivate this environment that we're given the opportu- nities to have health care as well as jobs to all the Amer- ican citizens worldwide." Kára McCullough, the new Miss USA, when asked about healthcare during the pageant (Washington Post, 5/15) W O RT H R E P E AT I N G "I'M OFTEN ASKED WHAT IS THE secret to having real impact on government. Well, it's re- cently changed. I used to say, either run for office or get a degree from Harvard Kennedy School. With this White House I'd say, buy Rosetta Stone and learn Russian." John Kerry, former secretary of state, speaking at Harvard's commencement (Boston Globe, 5/26) Justin Time Autobiographical Stories from an American Spiritual Master J. JAYE GOLD J. JAYE GOLD JUSTIN TIME S Peradam Press the illusion that sequence of moments, next hand is always being dealt. day I was out how all used. BRAVE N EW BOOK Autobiographical Stories from an American Spiritual Master paints a fascinating portrait of J. Jaye Gold's journey from ordinary Bronx kid to visionary philosopher, teacher, and spiritual friend to a generation of seekers. If original is what you're looking for, you'll find it in these sometimes humorous, sometimes poignant, but always cliché-free stories from the life of a truly unique human being. Published by Peradam Press peradampress@gmail.com Available on Amazon.com 10 wholelifetimes.com

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