Monthly Archives: February 2014

What or How?

Is what we do more important than how we do it? I was just listening to a program on NPR this morning that talked about a retired hedge fund manager who is making contributions to candidates for office, and his … Continue reading

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Of Books and Sandwiches

In this week’s New Yorker, George Packer has an article speculating on whether Amazon is good for books. Let me be clear on this.  I think Amazon is great for books.  I’m particularly a fan of the Kindle Paperwhite, which … Continue reading

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I Don’t Believe in Miracles

In the church I belong to, every first Sunday is a “Fast and Testimony Meeting.”  That means, among other things, that members go up to the stand/pulpit and testify of their belief in Jesus Christ, or (typically) that the Church … Continue reading

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Intersections

Now the things that I remember seem so distant and so small Though it hasn’t really been that long a time What I was seeing wasn’t what was happening at all Although for a while, our path did seem to … Continue reading

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