Monthly Archives: September 2010

paying attention… healthcare reform goes to market

When walking in dark allies, signing contracts, and reading the headlines about health care reform in America, it is imperative that one pay attention. Inevitably, when paying attention one will see things that are unsavory, sometimes even obscene. The temptation … Continue reading

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living in the moment… both, and

‘It is the best of times, it is the worst of times.’ On this early autumn morning I am struck by the competing voices for truth in my life. It was a week of sweet bliss and bitter balm. As … Continue reading

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a champion shopper ponders retirement

The Target boycott has left me in a place of purgatory. For one thing it isn’t clear whether or not there even is a Target boycott, but Target’s support of politics that thwart my right to marriage leave me at … Continue reading

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Beck’s Labor Day Challenge

Last weekend Glenn Beck stood on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial and addressed the nation, this weekend local parish pastors are struggling to make sense of what was and wasn’t said in communities of faith that alternately adore and … Continue reading

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