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Donald Trump Poisons the World

New York Times columnist David Brooks wrote an op-ed piece yesterday entitled Donald Trump Poisons the World, that provides the clearest, most accurate, I think, explanation I’ve found so far of Donald Trump’s worldview: This week, two of Donald Trump’s top advisers, … Continue reading

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Water Protectors Attacked

“On September 3, the Dakota Access pipeline company attacked Native Americans with dogs and pepper spray as they protested against the $3.8 billion pipeline’s construction.”  Amy Goodman, Democracy Now It is very fortunate the Democracy Now crew was at the … Continue reading

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It’s time to get back into the public square

“Quakers, it’s time to get back into the public square. If you believe that there’s life above the snake line, it’s time to get back in the public square.”  Rev. William Barber, The Third Reconstruction, Friends Journal, September 1, 2016. … Continue reading

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The Moral Integrity of Muhammad Ali

I hope you will watch this video of Rabbi Michael Lerner’s speech at Muhammad Ali’s memorial service in Louisville.  He clearly describes the moral integrity of the life of Muhammad Ali. And he calls upon each of us to commit … Continue reading

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KI and Quakers

Yesterday I wrote about religion, related to the book we were reading for the monthly book discussion at KI (Kheprw Institute), The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: Powerful Lessons in Personal Change (25th Anniversary Edition) by Stephen R. Covey.   … Continue reading

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First Day and religion

In the past (and some continue the practice today) Quakers referred to the days of the week by number, with Sunday being First Day, Monday Second Day, etc.  This was because they objected to naming the days after Roman gods.  … Continue reading

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