Monthly Archives: March 2018

This Easter

  Over the last 50 years, thousands of people in the West have left the institutional, established Christian churches. Many of the rationalizations sound like: too many Christians are hypocrites, I don’t like the priest (minister), the church is hung … Continue reading

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Protecting the Innocent

Banks, the guardians of our “filthy lucre”, the bastion of conservatism, arguably, the main reason for the recession of 2008 is one of the first institutions to put restrictions on the sale of firearms. All right, so far only one … Continue reading

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A Full Weekend

This weekend has been quite busy. On Friday evening, a few friends and I crossed the bridge into Pennsylvania, enjoyed dinner at an Iron Hill Brewery then headed for the Main Line Gallery to view a three person art show. … Continue reading

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Strange Fruit

Leafing through the Art Review section of the New York Times, I came upon an image soon to be part of an exhibition by Zoe Leonard at the Whitney Museum in New York City. I stopped turning pages and focused … Continue reading

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Her Own Drummer

My two sisters, although past retirement age, own and operate their own small businesses. The older of the two (77 in June) did a series of radio interviews recently on Leadership and Resilience. A few days ago, listened to a … Continue reading

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