Monthly Archives: July 2013

Apathy Interrupted

As our hearts open even wider than before During our early years on this planet we were interested in what happened in our immediate range of experiences. If we knew about a guy in the cave over in the next … Continue reading

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The Wall

It locks us in Walls are great in buildings for they create living and working space. But walls that separate nations and the natural flow of commerce, cultures and friendship – that separate loved ones, limit artistic endeavors and the … Continue reading

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Only Days

That’s all it’s been July 9, 2013, we watched the Memorial for the nineteen Arizona fallen firefighters who paid the ultimate price for bravery, integrity and supreme service to community and Humanity. Just days – since America and a large … Continue reading

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Independence

Our day will come 1776! July 4th the United States declared it’s independence from the Kingdom of Great Britain. Since that time, Americans have celebrated country, community and family, often with fireworks, concerts and great demonstrations of patriotism. But for … Continue reading

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The Nation Weeps

I close my eyes My lashes wet upon my cheek The people of this nation grieve for the loss of nineteen Arizonan Firefighters – all in the prime of their lives. They not only gave their lives to create safety … Continue reading

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