Monthly Archives: July 2016

The Source of Violence

It pays to read a heavy book once in a while. You never know what thoughts the thoughts of others may engender. Right now I am chewing over the concept of dualism. That is the juxtaposition of two aspects of … Continue reading

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New View of an Old Show

About two hours before show time, a friend called and asked if I would like to join her in seeing a Summer Stock production of The Producers. Not having anything better to do, I agreed to accompany her. I had … Continue reading

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People Do not Change

A friend with whom I’d gone to college called to invite me to attend an Egyptian exhibit held at a famous institute. When I arrived, I discovered that my friend also invited a coworker of hers. Ironically, I had worked … Continue reading

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Serve and Protect

A few months ago, when the news articles of white policemen shooting black men began to hit the media in one way or another almost daily, a friend of mine who never moved from his old neighborhood announced at a … Continue reading

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Buying a Car, or Not

Financing big-ticket items today (2016) is a big problem, especially when it comes to cars. Recently, I read that the average price of a new car is $32,000.00. Wow! If the average income is $60,000.00, how can most families afford … Continue reading

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