Monthly Archives: June 2017

Save the People

This song comes into my head often… So I thought I’d post it here, to make it easy to return to. And when I’m in the mood for the original… … and the movie… Shall crime bring crime forever Strength … Continue reading

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He Was My Brother

On June 21, 1964, in Neshoba County, Mississippi, Andrew Goodman, James Chaney and Mickey Schwerner were assassinated as they worked for civil rights. A deputy sheriff assisted in their murders. They died so others could be free. He was my … Continue reading

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Gratitude

“Thank you,” I said as calmly and sincerely as I could. “Thank you very much.” I have a problem with my tone. For as long as I can remember. My voice doesn’t always communicate emotions I try to convey. I … Continue reading

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One of my proudest moment’s online

One of my proudest moment’s online. This literally brought a tear to my eye. His Empire-based version of Christianity has nothing in common with the teaching of Jesus. If he dislikes my comments so much that he blocks me, that … Continue reading

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God and climate change

This understanding of God … … is a problematic understanding. God will take care of climate change, but Rep. Walberg took things into his own hands when it came time to help 20 million people lose their health insurance. Walberg … Continue reading

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