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Google accidentally put their own domain name up for sale and this MBA candidate took a flyer and dropped $12 for the privilege of being king of the world for a few minutes. Probably just as well they
My attention for business news is "relaxed" these days, but I was piqued by something about RBI governor and repo rates and 6.75% and 4% and wondered whether it was a baseball story or if it was somet
Funkadelic guitarist Lucas “Tawl” Ross was born on this day in 1948.
What Does Your Weekly Bulletin Say About You? It is easy to become so used to your weekly bulletin that you don’t see it in the same way a visitor might. Here are some ideas that will help ensure othe
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Or at least catchy as all get-out in my inbox. I've been pretty good at keeping my response to eye-rolling rather than actually hitting the click bait, but this morning's email feed had me snapping ev
The leader of last weekend’s retreat, process philosopher and poet Christina Hutchins, invited us to write poems, prompted by and including a question by Pablo Neruda. She posted a dozen around the ro
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Enthusiastic and growing, a lay-led Colorado fellowship invites its first minister.
I watched several social media conversations unfold this past weekend about the mass murder at Umpqua Community College in Oregon. They went something like this: Person A: If those students had all
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I love the imagery of the poem “What Can I Say” by Mary Oliver from her book “Swan: Poems and Prose Poems.” The songs of nature are always there but we often don’t hear them. Don’t forget to get away
40. Praise beauty and that’s what’s prized. Praise justice and the same thing happens. Tagged: #poem #poetry, #Stoicism, philosophy
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A nice chat with other member of Universalist National Memorial Church after services today, over coffee. As sometimes happens, the matter of books came up, which merged with another comment about Hos
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The Playbill from the original 1958 Broadway production of Look Homward Angel with Tony Perkins as Eugene Gant. Not quite a decade later a high school production introduced me to Thomas Wolfe. It was
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Sat, 16:50: What Is the Motive of the Roseburg Shooter? Seriously? A motive? http://t.co/2UvsQBjAEj
How did “holding it together” become the model of strength? I know in my body when I am holding on to something too strongly. Sometimes it is an idea of how something could unfold, a plan, a resen
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Sacred Economics: "We’ve all been given a gift, a gift of life. What we do with our lives is our gift back"
The walnut tree and the church back-yard Readings: From a short film about Charles Eisenstein’s book “Sacred Economics” The film begins with a epigraph by Edo: “We’ve all been given a gift, a gift of
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Foxiebeau on the floor at Starbucks Sometime between 5 and 6 in the morning, I hear the clink clank of my harness and leash, and then my one and only asks me if I want to go to Starbucks. This is nev
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