Monthly Archives: January 2017

Signs of the Times

Pete Seeger said, “The key to the future of the world is finding the optimistic stories and letting them be known.” (NY Times article quoted in Parker Palmer’s fabulous book, Healing the Heart of Democracy) We were part of an … Continue reading

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Trump’s Inauguration Address

I dreamed that I heard Donald Trump giving his Inauguration Address, which I woke up and wrote down. I dreamed he said, “Look at this crowd, not only the biggest inauguration crowd, but the biggest crowd in history. I’ll close … Continue reading

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What Day Is It?

Pat and I are always asking “What day is it?” We don’t mean “Is it Tuesday or Wednesday?”, because we are retired so those days are meaningless to us. When you are no longer working, Monday is as good as … Continue reading

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Getting Philosophical

In past societies, the elderly were revered as wise. Now as an aged English major/theology minor person with a Master of Divinity degree, I am just a nuisance to the young, so the best I can hope for is to … Continue reading

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