Monthly Archives: November 2016

Romancing the Dictator

Is it too much to ask that the so called enlightened leaders of the western world speak the truth about oppressive dictators?  That they NOT romanticize these murderous, power hungry slugs by absurdly insinuating their intentions were good and by … Continue reading

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Bring to a Gentle Boil

Life can be funny in that sometimes it takes a storm or two to bring out hidden parts of ourselves we didn’t even know existed.  Being  a slow learner, it usually takes several more than two for me, but the point … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Jerusalem

Jerusalem is an intense place. Its people, history and the blending of cultures as different as night and day brings about a palpable energy that leaves you both charged and exhausted. It’s also more than a little overwhelming to realize … Continue reading

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Election Day in America

“If you fully obey the Lord your God and carefully keep all his commands that I am giving you today, the Lord your God will set you high above all the nations of the world.” ~Deuteronomy 28:1 This quiet early morning … Continue reading

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“The Impossibility of Empathy” — See, there’s this thing called biology…

Really good post by Insanity Bytes that expounds on another post from blogger Becky on the complexities of empathy and the good and bad it brings with it.  Give both a read, well worth it. via “The Impossibility of Empathy” … Continue reading

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For the Undecided Voter

Clump 2016!

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