Monthly Archives: May 2015

An Undressed Day

This Saturday, I did something that I had never done in my entire life (unless I was sick). I stayed in my nighty the entire day, i.e., from the time that my feet hit the floor in the a.m. until … Continue reading

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Visiting Poland

When the opportunity to take a pilgrimage to Poland with a congregation of Polish Americans arose, I was happy to take it. These parishioners were the faithful second and third generation off spring of those who founded the church over … Continue reading

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Words to Live By

The other day, David Brooks raised a question in his Op-Ed column. He asked people to think about any words of wisdom which provide a significant moral compass in their lives. I didn’t have to think. The words just popped … Continue reading

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Baltimore

Taking the easy way out, I will quote two pundits on the subject of poverty and its relationship to the recent riot in Baltimore. The headlines say that this riot protested the treatment of black men at the hands of … Continue reading

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