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Red And Orange Narcissus

May 21, 2017 Red and Orange Narcissus Narcissism is named after the Greek Myth of Narcissus. Narcissus saw his own reflection in a pool and died because he refused to leave the pool.  Poor Echo fell in love with him, … Continue reading

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J.R.R Tolkien

J.R.R. Tolkien J.R.R. Tolkien once said, “One of my strongest opinions that investigation of an author’s biography is an entirely vain and false approach to his works” And it is true that by looking strictly at the events of his … Continue reading

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The Road

June 25, 2014 The Road “Light comes slowly, too slowly, as I stumble into your sights. I am yours, you’re mine. Have you lost your picture of the road through the trees? Misplaced the list of rivers and place names … Continue reading

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For Peace and Justice

For Peace and Justice: Pacifism in America, 1914-1941 By Charles Chatfield, 1971 Historic Peace Churches are the Quakers and the Mennonites. The duty of the nonresistance was sharply defined. The bible records that Jesus forbade revenge or resistance—that he commanded … Continue reading

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A Peace Reader

The Peace Reader Joseph Fahey, Richard Armstrong, 1984 Europeans did not conquer North America without Violence. Yet some deliberately sought in these colonial ventures to establish peace practices. That gave new dimensions to the western peace traditions. Customarily Indians viewed … Continue reading

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Anne of Green Gables

Anne of Green Gables I first watched Anne of Green Gables on PBS in 1985 at my friend Jill Boroom’s house.  Realizing the mini-series was based upon a series of books by L.M. Montgomery, I was eager to read them.  … Continue reading

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The Nazi’s Place in German History

  The Nazi’s Place in German History Cari Gilkison, History 518 Fall 1998 The place of the Nazi’s in German history is important, but it should not overshadow the rest of its long and diverse history.  The Nazi’s were not … Continue reading

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