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Jan 19

From My Bookshelf: Unsheltered

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By Lynn Willoughby Unsheltered ~ Barbara Kingsolver Kingsolver’s extensive research, her exposure of history as seen through the eyes of her characters, the mix of fictional and non-fictional characters, all kept me coming back.  As in all her writing, there are no lack of social issues of the day.  This book did not disappoint. The […]

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Jan 14

Planet Waves Horoscopes: Jan 14 – 21, 2019

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By Eric Francis ARIES — Do not allow yourself to be led astray; at this stage in your life, there can be no such thing. If you find yourself making choices based on belief, or hope, pause and make them based on known facts. You do seem to have considerable responsibility on your shoulders at […]

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Jan 07

Planet Waves Horoscopes: January 7 – 14, 2019

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by Amy Elliott Aries (March 20-April 19) — With your ruler Mars now back in your sign, you may well be more comfortable in your own skin. Be wary, however, of feeling under pressure to perform relentlessly or carry out impossible tasks. You’re a human, not a machine, and quite apart from anything else you probably […]

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Jan 06

Faith Forum: Can I Start Over?

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By Gloria Wessner With 2019 just blossoming, it makes me aware of resolutions and changes I’d like to make within myself. I’ve often wished I could somehow just get a new start. Sometimes it‘s because it’s been a bad day and I wish I could start the day over. Sometimes I meet a new person […]

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Jan 05

From My Bookshelf: The Wonder Garden

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By Lynn Willoughby The Wonder Garden ~ Lauren Acampora This novel had a great concept and lots of potential, and while I am not one who needs a conclusion where everything is settled and tied neatly together, it does have to have a conclusion.  This fell short by not creating any real relationships or connections. It […]

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Dec 27

Why We Should Stop Labelling People Climate Change Deniers

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By Chui-Ling Tam, University of Calgary In the westernmost reaches of Nunavut, on the Northwest Passage, Inuit hunters have told me some pithy things about climate change. The land is changing. It isn’t climate change. This is part of cycles. Our elders saw this coming. Some of the most visible and profound effects of global warming are […]

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Dec 25

The Christmas Story

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By Gloria Wessner The Birth of Jesus  About that time Caesar Augustus ordered a census to be taken throughout the Empire. This was the first census when Quirinius was governor of Syria. Everyone had to travel to his own ancestral hometown to be accounted for. So Joseph went from the Galilean town of Nazareth up […]

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Dec 24

Planet Waves Horoscopes: December 24 – 31, 2018

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Aries You have the potential, at this moment, to make a lot of progress on an endeavor that’s of considerable importance to your ambitions. Holiday season notwithstanding, it may well be a good idea to take some time to yourself, knuckle down and get some things done — especially if you’re feeling like there are […]

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Dec 23

Faith Forum: God’s Masterpiece

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By Gloria Wessner This week’s Faith Forum is going to explore an excerpt from the book of Ephesians in the scriptures. It was written by the apostle Paul to the people who lived in Ephesus , an ancient city near the Aegean Sea in present day Turkey. Paul wrote this to the Ephesians as a […]

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