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The Body of Christ in Action

The Body of Christ in Action This piece by one of my favorite bloggers was thought-provoking to me. I love the idea that the Church is where people will turn when they are in need. And I am hopeful that … Continue reading

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Bag End

Bag End Delightful. Absolutely and utterly delightful.

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Are women changing the world?

Are women changing the world? I found this blog post by acquaintance and neighbor, Shayne Klopfenstein Moore, thought-provoking. Take a look and see what you think. Are women changing the world today? If so, how? Are they being recognized for … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day I went to high school with author, Kelly Corrigan (www.kellycorrigan.com). She was funny then. And she’s funny now. And thoughtful. And deep. And compassionate. She has a way of giving voice to the things that every woman thinks … Continue reading

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Toward the Avoidance of "Epistemic Closure"

Toward the Avoidance of “Epistemic Closure” It wasn’t until I got to college that I heard the idea that you didn’t talk about religion or politics in polite company. It didn’t make much sense to me then. And frankly, it … Continue reading

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Philosophy for 7 year olds?

Philosophy for 7 year olds? I intended to post this a week or two ago. If I’d done that, I would remember who sent me this link. As it stands right now, I can’t remember. Though, most of my interesting … Continue reading

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for the love of Maps: a post offered in gratefulness to my father

for the love of Maps: a post offered in gratefulness to my father I love to travel. Going for a walk. Riding my bike to the grocery store. Running a marathon. Driving into the City for dinner or a play … Continue reading

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Are there still two Americas?

Are there still two Americas? “Let’s see what kind of society we can create if we invest in these children who are living in the margins.” Do you have a free 45 minutes? Me neither. Do you ever sit in … Continue reading

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almost everything can be repaired . . .

almost everything can be repaired . . . Own an iPhone? Ever dropped it? Check out this article from TUAW (The Unofficial Apple Weblog). Just a few days before the article was published, my iPhone looked just like the picture … Continue reading

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What does the new healthcare bill mean for you?

What does the new healthcare bill mean for you? This is an interesting little calculator on the Washington Post web site that offers customized information regarding the impact of the healthcare bill. It asks five questions: 1. Do you have … Continue reading

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