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SEPTEMBER 2015

SEPTEMBER 2015

Here are 3 more posts from 2015. FREEDOM TAKES TIME With Marriage Equality being proclaimed by the Supreme Court on June 26 and the July 4 holiday with its music and fireworks, I began to ruminate about the pace of social and legal change.  It can take a long time for the culture and then […]

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JUNE 2015

JUNE 2015

Here are some more thoughts from 2015. June 7, 2015:  TO BE OF AN AGE We need to redefine “aging.”  Jo Ann Jenkins of AARP opines:  “most people view aging as a process of deterioration, dependency, reduced potential, family dispersal and digital incompetence. As a result of these deeply ingrained, negative attitudes, people view the […]

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MAY 2015

MAY 2015

Here are some old posts I thought were still relevant for today. May 10, 2015: NEVE SHALOM/WAHAT AL-SALAM Many years ago, in a small café in Arlington, MA, 2 men stood up and talked about their experiences living in a village in Israel:  Neve Shalom/Wahat al-Salam, Oasis of Peace.  Everyone who lives there is bilingual […]

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THE TIP OF THE ICEBERG

THE TIP OF THE ICEBERG

THE TIP OF THE ICEBERG This blog is a reprise from 2015.  In my chiropractor’s office, I saw this poster, with the words “Symptoms are misleading” and, at the bottom, “We find the hidden cause.” In medicine, politics, business enterprises and personal relationships, we often focus on the symptoms or the superficial aspects of any […]

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THE NOT SO HIDDEN MEANING OF PASSOVER AND GOOD FRIDAY

THE NOT SO HIDDEN MEANING OF PASSOVER AND GOOD FRIDAY

May 2015/March 2016:  THE NOT SO HIDDEN MEANING OF PASSOVER AND GOOD FRIDAY Both the first night of Passover and Good Friday occurred on the same night in 2015.  It caused me to meditate on their common meanings and messages for us.  This year, Passover comes 3 weeks later than Easter, but the dialogue between […]

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