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Dying Alone During the Coronavirus Pandemic

By Daleyoung | August 15, 2020

We have a friend from France who came to visit Florida just before the international flights from Europe were shut down because of the Coronavirus. While here, her sister in France fell ill from COVID-19. Our friend longed to return to France to be with her sister before she died. Her sister had no other…

My Essay Won First Prize on the South Florida Writer’s Contest

By Daleyoung | July 14, 2020

I submitted my article on the pandemic to the South Florida Writer’s Association June Writers Contest. The essay is titled: The Pandemic has opened the curtain. I am delighted to announce that it won first prize. If you haven’t already seen it, here is the winning essay.  Read the essay here

The Pandemic Has Opened The Curtain

By Daleyoung | July 14, 2020

The knee-to-the-neck killing of another black man has touched a nerve around the world. It’s not just about George Floyd; people seem to have awakened to a dark reality of racism and injustice that has long permeated our culture. There have been countless killings of African Americans by police, so why is this one different?…

The link to my amazon author page:

By Daleyoung | June 29, 2020

http://www.amazon.com/author/youngdale-alan

The South Florida Writer’s Association featured my book on their virtual “Authors Showcase.” *Click Here For The Link*

By Daleyoung | June 17, 2020

Now, the video is available to be seen on Youtube. Here’s the link.  Please feel free to share it with anyone you feel might be interested. https://youtu.be/UE0X3AWyk0s Also: the link to my amazon author page: www.amazon.com/author/youngdale-alan

The Pandemic has opened the curtain

By Daleyoung | June 17, 2020

                The knee-to-the-neck killing of another black man has touched a nerve around the world. It’s not just about George Floyd; people seem to have awakened to a dark reality of racism and injustice that has long permeated our culture. There have been countless killings of African Americans by police, so why is this one…

How long will this last?

By Daleyoung | April 30, 2020

“ Staying at home isn’t so bad. We quickly adapt to a new “at home” routine. With home-cooked meals, we are probably eating healthier. We are spending more time with family. That can be both positive and negative, depending on the family dynamics. We finally get to those projects that we’ve put off for months…

Meaningful Suffering

By Daleyoung | April 11, 2020

A personal friend lamented this week over her sister’s death in a nursing home. She was not able to visit and felt deeply saddened that her sister died alone, and now the sister suffers from grief and guilt for not having been there. In this new normal of the Coronavirus, I believe we will hear…

Meaningful Suffering

By Daleyoung | April 10, 2020

A personal friend lamented this week over her sister’s death in a nursing home. She was not able to visit and felt deeply saddened that her sister died alone, and now the sister suffers from grief and guilt for not having been there. In this new normal of the Coronavirus, I believe we will hear…

Meaningful Suffering

By Daleyoung | April 10, 2020

A personal friend lamented this week over her sister’s death in a nursing home. She was not able to visit and felt deeply saddened that her sister died alone, and now the sister suffers from grief and guilt for not having been there. In this new normal of the Coronavirus, I believe we will hear…