Monthly Archives: August 2010

Political Reflections

I try not to delve much into politics on my blog, as I find it to be a divisive issue, but this commentary from Keith Olbermann really gave me pause. I found his reflections on the proposed Ground Zero neighborhood community & … Continue reading

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On Funerals

      I attended my first open casket funeral today. I think it takes courage to plan and participate in an open casket funeral–it requires you to look on the deceased honestly, openly; to recognize the permanence of such an event, … Continue reading

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