Monthly Archives: July 2016

There Is More Than One Brave New World

In the universe we see the possibility of other lives in synch with our own. In politics we are forced to see lives that are different. All worlds must be lived in….houses of many rooms with neighbors both hostile and … Continue reading

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Plagiarism. Imitation that does not flatter

We all think that imitation is flattery, but perhaps not so much when it takes our images and does not give us credit for the creativity. Of course the world makes some copycat actions inevitable. There is only so much … Continue reading

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Bastille Day is Over

Yesterday was a tragedy to all of us who remember Liberty as a woman of great strength crushing enemies of Freedom and raising a torch to light immigrants to our shores. The French gave us our Statue of Liberty, but … Continue reading

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July 4th – Blood, Sweat and Tears

I participate every year in a ceremony of July 4th at Hopewell Furnace National Park where we read, sing and lecture about the scope of the American”Brexit” from England. While the 4th is often a-wash in hotdogs, beer and fireworks … Continue reading

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