Monthly Archives: November 2016

The Lonely Indian and Tomorrow?

I decided to spend Thanksgiving in DC. Everyone else seemed to have plans, so I head into the city looking for a homeless Thanksgiving event. When I got to the place where I thought it was, someone told me it … Continue reading

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Water

The water has been turned off where I stay since the last post.  The bill wasn’t paid.  So, I’ve become really conscious about how much water I use as I haul it back and forth to the house.  No flushing.  … Continue reading

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Faith

I made it a point this weekend, not just to go to my regular services, but also to drive a good hour to an area that offered an interfaith service inclusive of Muslims. I felt that this was especially important … Continue reading

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Keeping Our Values

So, I’ve been struggling a lot with the election results. Yes, I know people who voted and supported the president-elect. Yes, I know people who were so disillusioned by Bernie Sanders’ loss of the Democratic primary that they chose not … Continue reading

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Election stuff

I voted. The results of this presidential election seem to me completely out-of-synch with the vibe of the country. It does not seem plausible to me to have a Democratic incumbent president who currently has an approval rating of over … Continue reading

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A little more Native American Culture and a Night with the Coyotes and an Owl

On the way back up, I took a little time to visit the Poarch Band Creek Indian museum in Atmore, Al. There, I learned about the Mississipian (mound) history of the Mvskoke people, the story of their origin (similar to … Continue reading

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