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Joe Rosenbloom

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Joe Rosenbloom is a 29-year-old young man with autism spectrum disorder, who is passionate about outreach and social justice.

Journey with Autism – Score 20 wins every season

Who can predict the future? No one knows what lies ahead. We can only hold onto hope that life blesses us with bigger dreams...

Journey with Autism – Illuminate seasonal traditions

In ancient times, fleeing persecution was not proven to be an option. Following one’s beliefs was dangerous and had forced consequences. Thousands of years later,...

Journey with Autism – Bright, brilliant blessings

While knowing gratitude, it’s plausible we don’t really understand how blessed we are. Who of us until we are faced with losing something or someone...

Journey with Autism – Change is life

When I walk outside pleasantly hearing the rustling leaves and maybe seeing a few beginning their last effort to stay green, I’m filled with...

Journey with Autism – It’s time for a good laugh

What is nicer than building a bridge between jokingly smart conversation and salty silliness? With all the mostly troubling, often terrible news we are...

Journey with Autism – From camping to glamping

When willing people gather to bring nature onto their normally comfortable lives, it’s called camping. We spent some time getting domed in trees far...

Journey with Autism – Allow common humanity to unite us

The Fourth of July is a mainly-filled-with-picnics holiday. Fireworks bloom in the night sky. And children wave flags and watch motored floats line up...

Journey with Autism – Grateful to be looking toward better times

Hallmark in our lives is the opening up of many places as we head out of missing them. The life we knew killing time indoors...

Journey with Autism – Love can heal anyone and anything

The what and why of life‘s most significant moments have brought my mind to recently seen events. I am worth so much to so...

Journey with Autism – Note the rhythm of the seasons

Right outside my door is proof looking for hope, no farther than just outside. Never before have I felt more attuned to the rhythm of...

Journey with Autism – Columnist takes time to be grateful to individuals who serve

When I listen intently to my sister fill me in on what pilots sacrifice to fly planes in the Air Force, I’m boldly done...

Journey with Autism – President’s Day falls in February

The month of February is more than bold cards and lovely flowers proclaiming our love for those in our lives. Joining this holiday of...

Journey with Autism – Be joyful in 2021

In this new incredibly-needed year, we sing “Auld Lang Syne,” the song to bid farewell to the old year. This year helped make any other...

Journey with Autism – We can become beacons of hope

This holiday season will be unlike what any of us has ever seen or been faced with in our lives. Before most of us were...

Journey with Autism – Birthdays with accents of holidays and good fortune

When we celebrate more than life, but celebrate our entry into the world, it’s called our birthday. I’ve always longed to celebrate this day,...

Journey with Autism – Build better days with gratitude

When the world slows down as it has in these times, we value what happens even more than before. Almost everyone on Earth has...

Journey with Autism – Consider the Essentials of Well-being

What shall we answer when asked the question of what is most important for our well-being? Highly essential things like food, shelter, big walls of...

Journey with Autism – Dealing with change

If this is a time in history slowly unfolding each month, we have our own place in the story of the COVID-19. Old measures...

Journey with Autism – Listen and open our minds

I’m living in a more boldly blessed home and community then most people can imagine. Having autism makes me different from most other people....

Journey with Autism – Contact with friends lifts the soul

Pretty soon we are going to start the need to approach our world with caution and more contact with people. Almost since we sheltered...

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