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Who do they say I am?

The conversation between  Christ and his disciples described in the Gospel this past Sunday is a conversation worth having with those who raise us, nurture us, mentor us, befriend us and help us along our life journey. Because along with what

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Posted in Business and Justice, Expectations, I BLOG, Justice, Sustainability, Transformation, Uncategorized

Reading Lolita in Tehran and Weiner in Washington D.C.

I finished Azar Nafisi’s wonderful memoir Reading Lolita in Tehran just as the story of Weiner’s online sexual antics broke. Nafisi’s memoir of resistance to tyranny through the liberating power of literature makes the point that one should not let

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Posted in I BLOG, Politicians and their Lies, Politics and Religion, Readers of the Book, Sex and Politics, Survival, Transformation, Uncategorized

Leftovers, Laughter and the Gift of Transformation

The Gospels often show us Christ dining with family and friends, Pharisees and tax collectors (Luke 5: 29-32), his intimate group of twelve and the multitude. And always there were leftovers. Well, one time at the wedding in Cana they

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Posted in Family and Friends, Guest Lists, I BLOG, Transformation, Uncategorized

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