Monthly Archives: April 2013

Them, they, over there, those ‘monsters’, those bombers

Someone I know requested hearing only good stories about the recent tragedies, specifically the bombing in Boston. This has been a lot to take in, but today a good story came to me. Allow me to share it with you. … Continue reading

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What if prayer was alive?

It seems most prayer has become a visit to SantaGod. Give me, I need, We want, Show us … What if prayer was an individual or communal practice of tuning ourselves to the heart of the Divine? What if we … Continue reading

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What Spring Brings

This has waited until after Easter because I didn’t want to get caught up in the Easter/Eoster/Ostara/Ishtar, etc., debate. Don’t want to debate at all, in fact, but do appreciate deep, sincere, and even intense conversation. For almost half my … Continue reading

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Love the Marines, Hate the (hidden but true) Mission

Let me start by saying as a veteran and as an American, I respect all branches of the military even while I hope they never have to be used again to promote corporate interests and that we humans may move … Continue reading

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Ethics & Education

Ethics. That’s what’s on my mind and heart today. Names removed to protect anonymity. ——————————- Question to me. —– So it’s not ethical to write a paper for someone? Is it ethical to charge $18k to attend school for a … Continue reading

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