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Birthdays: Send Up A Blessing For Cissy Houston

Today the woman who made Gospel music her platform celebrates birthday number 81–but it comes without well wishes from her late daughter Whitney Houston. Its also the birthday of one member of the 5th Dimension and for the man who made the song “Chances Are….” a mega hit. 66 more words

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SEPTEMBER 30 AND RUMI AND TRUMAN CAPOTE AND ELIE WIESEL

It’s a great day today for the fans of literature and certainly a moment to rejoice its legacy for someone who has varied interests for his reading portfolio, from non-fiction to fiction, from strategic world affairs to spiritual affairs, from electoral analyses to poetry, from humanity to beyond humankind. 463 more words

THE GREATS WHO WALKED

I cannot stay.

The opposite of love is not hate, it’s indifference.

The opposite of art is not ugliness, it’s indifference.

The opposite of faith is not heresy, it’s indifference.

Inspiracion

Getting Old Sucks

I wasn’t impressed with Ezekial Emanual’s article, Why I Hope to Die at 75.

Arnold Kling calls it “excellent and important” and asks commenters to spare him the “snark about Emanuel, Obamacare, and death panels.” 599 more words

Critical Thinking

On Soup/in Night by Elie Wiesel

The oft-repeated adage is “We are what we eat”. There’s more to it than that. Actually, we often eat what we are, or we eat what we’re experiencing. 138 more words

Food

Elie Wiesel's Nobel Acceptance Speech

I recently finished reading Night, by Elie Wiesel.  The book was so beautifully expressed, so honestly written. It hurt to read, but that is why I know I must read it, and other books that remind me of suffering and help me not to forget those who suffer today.   1,210 more words

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