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Sermon on Mt21:12-17: Cantate +

Here’s this mornings sermon held during Matins in the chapel of St. Timothy at our Lutheran Theological Seminary in Tshwane (Pretoria, South Africa) on the gospel of St. 27 more words

April 17 2016, Jean talks on Congress.

“First I want to say I’m ashamed to participate of this farce. This indirect election, which is conduced by a thief, blessed by a traitor and conspirator, and supported by tortures, cowards, political ignorants and corrupts. 134 more words



You know I’ve had enough.

Can’t you see that I’m tired?

Leave me alone!

Stop looking down on me!

What are you looking for inside my empty mind? 105 more words


The miracle of friendship...

I started out wanting to write a blog about depression, as well as this one, concerning how I feel about my friends in the blogging community…  The two seemed to be intertwined in my mind, which was confusing me about what to say, and when.  434 more words


The Humanity of Strangers

I will sometimes get irrationally annoyed while I am driving. I will be following the speed limit, and someone at the stoplight ahead will make a right on red, turning in front of me. 825 more words



Indignation by Philip Roth

It is 1951 in America, the second year of the Korean War. A studious, law-abiding, intense youngster from Newark, New Jersey, Marcus Messner is beginning his sophomore year on the pastoral, conservative campus of Ohio’s Winesburg College.

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Indignation, Philip Roth

Having greatly enjoyed Nemesis, I picked up Indignation, also by Philip Roth. This book is about a teenage boy, Marcus Messner going to university, and struggling to settle in, while his family is falling apart at home. 290 more words

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