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10-15-19 Power

The word “power” radiates a sense of purpose and strength both in our daily lives and beyond. For some, it represents a personal presence that demands attention and prestige while for others it is a source of energy and comfort. We recently experienced the absence of...

10-8-19 Hate-Monger

The Marvel comic book franchise has created a lineup of larger-than-life heroes who, although saddled with shortcomings and foibles, constantly and sometimes successfully, battle evil villains who display decidedly human characteristics. Among the cast of characters...

10-1-19 The tightrope

A successful high-wire act requires courage, daring and fortitude. Watching a performer walking carefully along a slender rope from one secure platform to another is mesmerizing, filled with trepidation. Underlying this sense of wonder and fear is confidence in the...

9-24-19 Favorite Things

In Rogers and Hammerstein’s 1959 musical, The Sound of Music, a song by Mary Martin playing Maria emerged that combined whimsy and desire into a string of thoughts seemingly unrelated except for their quirkiness. A recording of Julie Andrews singing “My Favorite...

9-17-19 Unity of purpose

We have just passed another anniversary of a dark milestone in the history of our country. The “date that will live in infamy,” previously invoked by Franklin D. Roosevelt following the December 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor, was repeated when the United States was...