Archive | May, 2013

Writing Democracy. Or not.


by Donna Sinclair When social justice types run out of new ways to make our voices heard, we can always fall back on writing letters. I like this approach. It gives me a chance to do research and offers the recipient a chance to read and reflect on my argument carefully. Well we could always […]

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What We Read This Week


Here’s what caught our eye this week! ENVIRONMENT Can we blame climate change for the tornado that took out Moore, Okla.? It was a quiet year for tornadoes — until last week, that is. A string of twisters has ravaged the middle of the country over the past several days, culminating in a two-mile-wide tornado […]

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We All Wear a Marvellous Disguise


by Robert V. Thompson A number of years ago I had an opportunity to do something I had always been curious about – go to a psychic and get a reading. After a friend sang the praises of a psychic named Tomeiko, I decided to go. As I entered her house, Tomeiko instructed me to […]

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Collaging the Deep Self 2


by Margaret Kyle This is the first card I created using the “Soul Collage” method and it brings me a lot of joy when I look at it. This card reminds me of a time as a child that I sat on a hillside covered with the golden Arrowleaf Balsamroot flowers that bloom in the […]

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What We Read This Week


Here’s what caught our eye this week! FOOD The Weirdest, Most Interesting Ice Cream Flavors in Washington Washington’s notorious heat affords a few pleasures, none quite as appreciated as the license to eat ice cream like it’s the only food group that matters during summertime. But no longer are we slaves to plain old vanilla…Read […]

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Prayers of Gratitude


by Donna Sinclair I have a scattered approach to prayer. I think I am like many people; I mostly pray when I am in distress. I am good at praying at three o’clock in the morning when I wake up worried about one child or another. I am pretty good at praying when I am […]

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What We Read This Week


Here’s what caught our eye this week! NATURE 15 Photos Celebrating National Wildflower Week It is around this time of year each year that many places across the world experience something incredible: the bloom of colorful wildflowers…Read Full Article From Treehugger ENVIRONMENT Snow In May? The Nation’s Midsection Bundles Up The National Weather Service issued […]

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