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Valley League Summary, Sunday June 28

All six games were played last night. I can say from experience (my wife and I attended the Turks game for the first 6 innings) that it was a beautiful night. 434 more words


How Happy is Your Brain?

Several studies on the temporoparietal junction of the brain (TPJ for short) provide a biological basis for altruistic (unselfish) behavior. One study found a strong connection between the volume (size) of a person’s TPJ and their willingness to engage in selfless acts. 351 more words


If you are as busy as a bee, are you as smart as one? 

There are three ways to make profit: gross margin, expense control and productivity. I’ll bet your CFO has the first two all sewed up. And the third one? 401 more words


Feast of the Sacred Heart

The Feast of the Sacred Heart of Jesus falls on the Friday after the Feast of Corpus Christi because of its associations with the death of Jesus and the mystery of the Eucharist. 356 more words


#WorthRevisit: Old Neighborhood

I’m breaking the rules for this week’s Worth Revisiting Wednesday (hosted at Reconciled to You and Theology is a Verb.) You’re supposed to find an old blog and reblog it. 287 more words


The Day the Crocodile Almost Had Me

One Sunday night ago on Nat Geo Wild,  a special aired called “Okavango Underwater”. I spent some time underwater while exploring the Okavango Delta in northwestern Botswana in July, 1979 with five companions. 470 more words



Readers who have read my book, “From Illusions to Illumination”, may remember that as a lay-theologian in the States I published an article in “U.S. Catholic” entitled “Pentecostalism is Not the Answer” (p.42).  297 more words