Monthly Archives: September 2012

What ‘Government’ do you belong to?

The city of Charlotte’s motto as host of the 2012 Democratic National Convention was “We make it possible.” The “we” is the government for as the committee reportedly said, “Government is the only thing that we all belong to. We have different churches, different clubs, but we’re together … Continue reading

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Hope and the Future Life

It is written that as Socrates was in his prison cell dying from drinking the hemlock, one of his disciples whispered to him, “Master, will we live again?” Socrates answered, “I hope so, but no man can know for sure.” … Continue reading

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Hope and Peace, Cont’d.

As I said on my last post, I will now share my observations and comments regarding the speech by Senator John F. Kennedy in 1960, who then went on to become president of the US, in view of current events … Continue reading

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Hope and Peace

When hope is lacking, it’s usually because good news is lacking. When one hears good news, one starts to have hope. When one hears bad news, hope fades. Good news breeds hopefulness; bad news breeds hopelessness. All the bad news we hear about leads many to … Continue reading

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9/11 Remembering Not to Forget

Whenever some shocking or unexpected event takes place, that memory is indelibly etched into the crevices of our minds. The horrific events on September 11, 2001, is a fitting case in point. Each year on the anniversary of that day, … Continue reading

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What ‘Government’ do you belong to?

The city of Charlotte’s motto as host of the 2012 Democratic National Convention was “We make it possible.” The “we” is the government for as the committee reportedly said, “Government is the only thing that we all belong to. We have different churches, different clubs, but we’re together … Continue reading

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