Monthly Archives: March 2013

The day after and before

Now, in 2013, concerned scientists study the endangered earth and some have concluded that there is no hope.  But yesterday I learned from Ken Robinson, a philosopher  and educator on YouTube who said with humor that we need not be … Continue reading

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Highlight – Public Hope

One day this week I saw on television an interview with Stuart Milk about his Uncle Harvey Milk who was one of the worlds first openly gay elected officials.  Harvey was in every way lesser than Jesus.   Yet there was something about … Continue reading

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The Good Book Says

On Sunday I went with son, Conrad, and grandchildren, Zach and Diana, and Diana’s girl friend to the Forks Mennonite Church to worship and to mingle with old friends there.  We returned to Goshen at noon and I had lunch with my … Continue reading

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