Monthly Archives: February 2007

A Spiritual Person

A spiritual person tries less to be godly than to be deeply human. Rev. William Sloane Coffin, Jr. I love this quote. It came from Gratefulness.org. It really resonates and I’m grateful to the Franciscan Friars of Holy Name Province … Continue reading

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Joy of Sharing

A person who, alone, has seen something beautiful, who has heard something harmonious, who has tasted something delicious, who has smelt something fragrant, may have enjoyed it, but not completely. The complete joy is in sharing one’s joy with others. … Continue reading

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Thoughts

We arrived in Tempe, Arizona last night. It was just prior to midnight when our plane landed and my sister and her husband graciously met us at SkyHarbor Airport. This morning we awoke to cloudless skies and limitless sunshine. Living … Continue reading

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On the road again..

I’m going to be on vacation for about ten days. I’m not sure how much I’ll be writing, but I’ll certainly have a chance to see some new things and be exposed to more sunlight than I’ve been getting lately. … Continue reading

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Listening with the ear of your heart

A friend sent this story to me in an email today. I think it’s great. I wanted to share it. A young and successful executive was traveling down a neighborhood street, going a bit too fast in a new Jaguar. … Continue reading

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Restore Habeas Corpus

While reading Huffington Post today I came upon a link to Senator Chris Dodd’s Restore Habeas Corpus bill which he introduced today. I’m not endorsing Senator Dodd’s candidacy but I am glad to see a gradual attempt to restore civil … Continue reading

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A bit of satire

Thanks to the folks over at the Onion for the following. It’s pretty accurate actually. Bush Cuts Off Diplomatic Relations With Congress WASHINGTON, DC—Calling Congress an “enemy of the state,” the Bush Administration made it clear that it is not … Continue reading

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