Monthly Archives: December 2010

The Confession

A number of years ago, I read State of Fear by Michael Crichton, and I was irritated by the obvious slant.  The story idea itself was fine, though I found his information on climate change incomplete.  Perhaps it was complete … Continue reading

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Christmas Chalice Lighting

What I do know is that on any clear, cold December night, there are enough stars in the sky for every child of God born that day. I know that if we chose to follow any one of those stars, it would lead us to a baby with the potential to be great teacher, artist, scientist or philosopher. Continue reading

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Season’s Greedings

On Christmas Day you can’t get sore Your fellow man you must adore There’s time to rob him all the more The other three hundred and a-six-a-ty-a-four! Tom Lehrer My daughter and I braved the crowds yesterday.  We went to … Continue reading

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