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Letter to the Editor: Power of words

Posted 11/8/17

While savoring each word in the art of positive thought in last week’s column by a renowned coach and speaker, I couldn’t help but feel a hint of sardonic humor in the light of remarks …

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opinion

Letter to the Editor: Power of words

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While savoring each word in the art of positive thought in last week’s column by a renowned coach and speaker, I couldn’t help but feel a hint of sardonic humor in the light of remarks emerging from the White House. How many times have words such as “sad” and “pathetic” been uttered through presidential lips. Reflections presented to nations throughout the world cause me to feel indescribably “embarrassed.”

Martin Gross,
Wheat Ridge

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