Monthly Archives: February 2014

Why Religion Matters

The follwing quote taken from an Op–Ed piece in the New York Times by Jonathan Sacks, the chief rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the Commonwealth and a member of the House of Lords, is the clear, intelligent explaination … Continue reading

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Snow Bound

Being comfortably snow bound has its advantages, especially if the heat and the electricity are working, you have plenty of food, no one else for whom you are responsible, the telephone is connected and someone else will shovel you out … Continue reading

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Faith of Our Fathers

It has been my belief that historically and physiologically humans look to the male member of the household as the person with the most authority. Strengthening this belief is the fact that children of unmarried mothers with live-in boyfriends identify … Continue reading

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My KInd of Hero

In the early 90’s a new spector of terror arose on the horizon, as the former Soviet Union was undergoing drastic political and economic changes. A major concern to the Western world at that time concerned the fate of the … Continue reading

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