Monthly Archives: March 2015

Palm Sunday

Today is Palm Sunday. The reading for this Sunday in all traditional Christian churches is about the same. It celebrates the triumphal entrance of Jesus into Jerusalem; and, then quickly moves to Jesus’ passion and death. This reading reminds everyone … Continue reading

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Asia Infrastructure Investment Bank

China is big in many ways. At 1.3 billion people, China has the largest population on the planet. Geographically, it is one of the three largest countries. Its economy today is second only to that of the United States. Most … Continue reading

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Children, Our Legacy

One night last week, I flicked on Travis Smiley who was just announcing that his first guest for the evening was Marion Wright Edelman, the long time Director of the Children’s Defense Fund. I couldn’t believe that Ms. Wright Edelman … Continue reading

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Snow Day Thoughts

This is a day when I feel all cozy and warm as I look out of any window in my apartment to the whitening landscape below. Although the landscape has been white for several weeks this winter, right now, it … Continue reading

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Little Things

“Little Things Mean a Lot” is the name of a song popular at least two generations ago. Its words still resonate with romantics of all ages. Actually, it is the little niceties that human beings do for each other that … Continue reading

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