Publisher description for Second thoughts : one hundred upbeat messages for beat-up Americans / Mort Crim ; [foreword by Jeff Daniels].
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Second Thoughts is a collection of 100 essays reflecting celebrated broadcaster Mort Crim's conclusions about life after 35 years of covering world events. His daily radio series, from which he has gathered these writings, cuts through the gloomy clouds created by media fascination with the bad, the bizarre and the ugly.
Second Thoughts is about solutions, triumphs and faith. Its messages are crisp, cogent daily reminders that hope is not only reasonable, but the only rational basis upon which to build a life - or a society. Readers will find security and inspiration within these pages and realize that each one of us makes a difference in the world.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Conduct of life.
Radio addresses, debates, etc. -- United States.