Monthly Archives: April 2017

Worth More

How to express the disappointment I feel at the Arkansas system… They executed a man who professed his innocence up to the minute of his execution, who asked for communion for his last meal. They executed him because “the system” … Continue reading

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Passover

I got the kitchen clean for Passover. No flour or yeast in my possession. Admittedly, I missed the night before deadline, and ended up doing some cleaning in the morning before the first Seder. I figured that the Jews in … Continue reading

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Changing a Hard Line to a Dance

When we can see some of ourself in the other, the need to destroy is not so strong. There is a unifying argument to be made between the Arkansas death penalty cases, the Syria attacks, the Afghanistan bombing, and the … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Rights

I’ve been thinking a little about the aftermath of Syria. Chemical weapons are wrong. I did not see the pictures, but I feel horrified that they were reported to be used. That said, they have been extensively used since World … Continue reading

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Variations on 2 Fish and 5 Loaves: MLK 50 Years Later

Back up in the DC area, I put together a little Jewish dish for the Quakers, kind of wondering about the 2 fish and 5 loaves event as I did it. It’s served room temperature, and kind of like a … Continue reading

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St. Augustine and A Little Snowbird

I continued down migrating like the snow birds ,and Native Americans might have to St. Augustine, Florida. Amazingly, the citrus grows wild out in the forest here at this time, and you can just pick it when you’re hungry. I … Continue reading

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