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October 2012

Sandy, Hurricanes & The Rhythm of Life

October 30, 2012 Hurricane Sandy hits the Northeast ___________________________ Standing amid the destruction in New York City, one woman was reported as saying: “I feel something about this storm.” She was trying to articulate some deep feeling about the significance of Hurricane Sandy.  Did it have some significance, beyond mere storm and rising water and […]

Revolution: A New Government, A New World

We have come to a time when revolutions are needed. Political parties at loggerheads.  Gridlock in Washington.  An economic malaise. We have indeed come to a point in our history when change is demanded. This is what some of our past great forebearers have said about revolution: “This country, with its institutions, belongs to the […]