en Letters to the Editor - October 12, 2017 <p> &nbsp;<b style="font-family: &quot;Myriad Pro&quot;; font-size: 11px;">What does being a retired teacher mean to you?</b></p> You were once small in your own eyes <p> Emotional abuse is no less serious <p> Find your vocation <p> Having been in the seminary in my developmental years, I was raised on the concept of vocation &ndash; you were called to serve. In my office at Hosparus Health, I have a poster with the quote: Because care of the body means nothing without first easing the soul, hospice workers are not hired. They are called.&rdquo;</p> The unknown monk who changed the world <p> By Karleen Jung</p> <p> Five hundred years ago this month, on Oct. 31, 1517, an unknown monk posted a series of 95 statements on the church door in Wittenberg, Germany, unknowingly beginning a movement that would forever change the world. That monk&rsquo;s name was Martin Luther. The movement became known as the Reformation.</p> Talk and think clearly <p class="p1"> Letter to the Editor - October 5, 2017 <p> &nbsp;<b style="font-family: &quot;Myriad Pro&quot;; font-size: 11px;">To solve race, confront uncomfortable things</b></p> End mooching off taxpayers for stadiums <p> By Jim Waters</p>