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A video for Easter week--The Resurrection Mural

A fellow parishioner sent a video link this week. I screen material that comes through my email, but I was delighted by what I found. Being the Holy Week, leading up to Easter, those who know the story of the Resurrection and what it means, as well as other biblical stories, just might appreciate it too. 52 more words


NYC Top Comedy Choices for Wednesday 4/16/14

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Reimagining Beauty - N is for Numinous

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For my Blogging from A to Z April Challenge, I am writing about how storytellers, writers, parents, teachers (in other words, just about anyone) can reimagine beauty to be more inclusive. 286 more words

In General

When I was a VAP

In line with my previous experiences in academia, shortly after I was told that I might have a few more years of future in my postdoc position, I got canned because the money on a major project got cut off.  925 more words


By Any Other Name: Why What You Call Your Characters Really Matters

You’re browsing in a bookshop and you pick up a new novel by a writer you haven’t seen before. You turn it over, read the blurb, and discover that the main character’s name is Joe Malone. 993 more words


Salisbury Cathedral, a Gothic expression

The Salisbury Cathedral is an imposing Gothic expression, though it was built, and added to, its main character remains Gothic. The Spire is the tallest in England, and was a later addition to the main Cathedral. 247 more words


The Time Keeper

My first introduction to Mitch Albom was through his novel “For One More Day”, which I read it in less than three hours and left a huge impact on me. 609 more words