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The Play of Daniel

The Play of Daniel (Danielis ludus) is a 12th or 13th century Latin liturgical play from Beauvais in nothern France.  It appears in the liturgy for January 1st, The Feast of the Circumcision, and appears to have been an attempt to channel the traditional post Christmas disorder into more acceptable channels.   589 more words

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Michelle Kwan To Give Commencement Address At Salve

America’s sweetheart Michelle Kwan is bringing her figure skating skills to Salve to give this years seniors their commencement address. As if numerous Olympic medals weren’t good enough for her she is also well known for her work with Special Olympics and the State Department. 23 more words


Why I stopped using the D-word

For a couple of weeks now, I have totally banned the word ‘dream’ from my vocabulary.

The reason that motivated my decision is based only on this personal observation: I have noticed that speaking of a ‘dream’ life was keeping my ideal future as a distant goal, an objective so remote that I could only see the distance that separated me from this great life I want for myself. 95 more words


Insta-nation: Luck

Luck: The Essential Guide by Deborah Aaronson & Kevin Kwan

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This is part of a series that I will be doing.



What does the word “Kwan”mean? The word was made famous by Cuba Gooding Jr. playing Rod in the movie Jerry McQuire played by Tom Cruise. 232 more words


Hello ladies and gentlemen!  Welcome to the Casa!

I just wanted to drop a little message before heading off to the day job.  The reason?  Nothing more than to maintain consistency.   242 more words

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