Monthly Archives: October 2013

Some things are permissible but not beneficial

I was saddened deeply several years ago when control was lost of a car full of local high school students.  They were killed in the impact resulting from a local popular activity; hill topping.  When a car travels at a … Continue reading

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Are we alone in the universe?

The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence Institute’s Jill Tarter is using a growing array of radio telescopes to listen for patterns that may be a sign of intelligence elsewhere in the universe.  She has devoted her entire career to the hunt … Continue reading

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Signs

What signs are you leaving on the footpath of life? There was graffiti periodically inscribed along the walking trail that parallels John Brown University.  As I walked down Dogwood and turned onto Cheri Whitlock I saw phrases such as “Run … Continue reading

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Dig Deeper

The biggest problems may have simple answers, but the answers are rarely simplistic. The Navy Yard shooting two weeks ago is a case in point. Scarcely had the fear and frantic scurrying of employees subsided in the Washington naval office … Continue reading

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