Monthly Archives: April 2017

Reflections on “What Is Beauty”?

Here are my reflections on what beauty entails as I posted on Jay Bookman’s blog on Sunday, April 30, 2017: “I could write a thesis on why the misogynistic men and women of the Far Right, as exemplified through the … Continue reading

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The Interconnection and the Mutual Survival of all Life on Earth

The below thoughts are what I wrote initially on Jay Bookman’s blog in response to his article in the following link. Link: http://jaybookman.blog.myajc.com/2017/04/25/opinion-the-wall-is-all-and-its-all-nothing/ ——————————————– The people of the world seem to have a collective consciousness as well as an individual … Continue reading

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The Holy Spirit Is Within All Things

Below are the memories of a family friend who wrote this message about my dying mother (late stages of Alzheimer’s Disease ten years ago) to my brother today: “You, my husband (and your best friend), and I visited your mother … Continue reading

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On the Dangers of Sexism and Racism to Our Common Future

Posted first by Mary Elizabeth on Jay Bookman’s blog, April 22, 2017: On the danger of SEXISM and MISOGYNY to our world’s stability: “This world does need more more stability and less craziness. That is what Hillary would have given … Continue reading

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Where Will You Come Down?

My response to the blog column of Jay Bookman, posted on Thursday, April 20, 2017 Link: http://jaybookman.blog.myajc.com/2017/04/20/opinion-the-iran-nuke-deal-and-the-obamacare-conundrum/ —————————————- MaryElizabethSings: “The differences in the minds and spirits of Barack Obama and Donald Trump, in a nutshell. Better open your eyes, fast, … Continue reading

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“Just A Closer Walk with Thee,” – Easter, 2017

I have been to the North Carolina mountains where my paternal cousins joined together every few years since I was a toddler, over 70 years ago. My female first cousin, an ordained minister like her husband, preached to the crowds … Continue reading

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Good Friday Reflections on America’s and this world’s future with Donald Trump as president

Once more I will bring up the thought that God works in very mysterious ways, which seems especially apt on Good Friday, 2017. The world seems to recognize that America is at its most vulnerable with a man of Donald … Continue reading

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