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by Radhe

Today’s morning syndicate for the week begins with a very special guest, Dr. Alex Schwartz.

You may remember Alex for his part in the hit show, “The Weather Channel’s Morning Rush Hour”. I have always been impressed by Alex’s ability to quickly grasp the day’s news and make it useful. So I asked him to come to our office so I could ask him a few questions about the world’s weather, and then show him a few of the ways we can use it to improve our lives.

Alex is a pretty good guy. He is also an artist, and his art has been a huge part of the reason that we have this office. It’s been fun to build a team around Alex’s desire to share his passion on the planet and make the world a better place. Alex’s art is in the office, on the walls, in our conference room, and even on the Tivo.

Yes, he works for us, but it’s the art that is so important to us. It’s the art that we can share with the world that we so many have been doing for the last 30 years. It’s the art that inspires our community to come together and share our work. It’s the art that you can walk into our office and see someone who has taken on this massive task of helping others.

It’s also the art that has helped me create a real connection with Alexs team and our community. I’ve gotten to know Alexs art through our podcasts and our online community and I’m so happy to have been a part of sharing that art with the world.

One of the reasons we have a strong community is because art can be a place for people to vent frustrations. Most times it is through our art that we all meet. This is especially true when I work on a piece or on a podcast and everyone is sitting and listening to me talk. The art in our community helps us all to be better listeners and to connect.

There is a reason why the art in our community is so good. It is because we all love Alex. His art is something that everyone can relate to. His art is something that is a reflection of who he is as a person. He is able to create art that is unique to him and others can relate to it too because it is something that he has created himself.

As a person with Autism, I’ve always had this innate ability to connect to others and to art in general. As I’ve gotten older I’ve come to realize that it was not always that way. I was able to bond with my peers and to do art and to talk to people and to have a community that was supportive. With the recent rise in the autism community there has been a push towards autistic people being more accepted in our community.

Ive started working on the first couple of chapters of Deathloop, so I am sure that there will be a lot of other people working on that and I want to get to it first because I would really like to see it come to a close. I have a lot of work to do on it, so I want to share it with you.

What if I didn’t want to be a part of a community but wanted to be a part of an art project? That’s a tough question to answer. I want to show you what I mean.

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