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The House of Laban: a metaphor for the World

The world is like the House of Laban where labour skill and integrity do not make both ends meet. Before Jesus called out Simon Peter to be his disciple we have this verse: “And Simon answering said unto him, Master, we have toiled all the night, and have taken nothing: nevertheless at thy word I will let down the net (Lk.5:5).” Like many streams are made out of drops of water running into each other and these having run for length of time are lakes. 301 more words

The Wound of Love

The following is a poem I wrote about an experience I had on a beautiful spring day. I realized that just as the flower grows in the sun and then withers in its absence, love visits us, departs, and leaves us with a deep wound. 156 more words

The Wall

Lovers of open borders will not be pleased that Trump isn’t letting go of the Wall plan easily.  Supporters should be pleased that, although hampered by many opponents, he is still moving forward. 154 more words

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Tear Down The Wall

Berlin Street Photography

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Since we’ve updated our Architecture Section with several images of urban Berlin impressions, we crossed the former Wall without even recognizing it, sometimes. 757 more words

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City funding process took money out of longstanding homelessness services to fund new priorities [A major issue I dealt with when I worked in shelters]


City funding process took money out of longstanding homelessness services to fund new priorities

by Ashley Archibald | March 7th, 2018

On Nov. 28, 2017, the day that the city of Seattle announced where it would put $34 million worth of homeless services, three things became clear. 1,123 more words

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TOWOIT #305: "Reviewing doesn't count as going strong"

March 12, 2018

  • (Steve Holland, Reuters) The President said Saturday night — he was talking about North Korea — he said, “If the meeting with Kim takes place.” …
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'The Wall' Renewed For Season 3 On NBC

Call it balls to the wall, NBC-style. The network has renewed its Chris Hardwick-hosted game show The Wall for a 20-episode third season. No premiere date was announced. 336 more words

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