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Lisa and her husband Ray hiking in Utah
Lisa and her husband Ray on a hike in Utah
Lisa Graff

Lisa Graff

Can you remain positive this summer?

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I’ve always strived to be a positive person, but lately it’s becoming increasingly difficult. The war in Ukraine, the stock market flux, the debate over women’s rights and the barrage of hate crimes rampant in our country have left me feeling saddened and irate.

One of my friends sent me a book, “The Energy Bus” by Jon Gordon, because he knows I’m struggling with my outlook on life. In the book, a man like myself visits a wise man for advice about how to remain positive.

Published in Cape Gazette on May 29, 2022.

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