Month: January 2010

Gathered – Thoughts from the Edge

Sometimes tasks seem insurmountable. In our day it seems there are constant reminders of the social divisions that mark our current milieu. Considering the upcoming selected texts from the RCL left me wondering about the task of gathering a people from all over the world to enjoy life with … Continue reading

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Family Celebrations

The Blizzard of 09 here in Oklahoma kept us cold, digging out, and spending some time together sans Internet. It is not that we did not have access, but when you find yourself with extra time to spend together, surfing the net is not near as fun as movies … Continue reading

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Addicted to Violence – Contra Jesus’ and Reconciliation

I recently read a Tweet by Michael Carpenter. He doesn’t get UFC. Me either. I grew up watching Joe Frazier. The “Thrilla in Manila” was a fight to remember. Over time though I really fail to see how such pugilistic pummeling can be celebrated by people who understand … Continue reading

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