Category Archives: POT POURRI

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          Love and Work are the cornerstones of our humanness- Sigmund Freud January 20, 2016 The only promise I’m making, today, is that this is going to be a piss poor entry. I’m in the fourth … Continue reading

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To have that sense of one’s intrinsic worth, which constitutes self-respect, is potentially to have everything. Joan Didion After watching Zeitgeist I watched a movie, Zeitgeist, produced and directed by a Peter Joseph in 2007, on You Tube, this morning. … Continue reading

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It’s a dry Sunday, intellectually-

Work while you have the light. You are resonsible for the talent that has been entrusted to you                                       Henri Frederick Amiel … Continue reading

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Just January Scribbles

Tell me what you plan to do with your one, wild, precious life?: Mary OliverJust January ScribblesResponding to the prompt copied above, I doubt that I will be doing much samba dancing, given that I just celebrated my seventy-fourth New … Continue reading

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2015-Goodbye

2015- You were an endurable year, with a few constant bright lights keeping me steady and sane. I would be remiss to not mention my gratitude for my psychologist, my weekly visits from my Center on Halsted volunteer friend, Eric, … Continue reading

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Permitting Muslim Prayers in schools

Permitting Muslim Prayers in schools. A friend recently sent me this link: http://conservativepost.com/american-public-school-is-forcing-christian-students-to-learn-a-muslim-prayer/ Some quick research on the web revealed a number of links regarding this practice. Time does not permit me to explore each and every one, at this … Continue reading

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100 Words

I have said that I am not afraid of the idea of Death, hoping only that I encounter it without pain. I am not a believer in a conscious afterlife. I expect that the best to be hoped for is … Continue reading

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