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Author Archives: kkanet
We share this fine article by Michael Nagler, founder of the Metta Center for Nonviolence. Michael’s insight into USA culture offers hope, direction and identification of how all of us could challenge and focus more attention on our culture which … Continue reading
During our Earth Week from April 14th– 22nd, we invited Friends to join us visiting natural sites, engaging in conversation about our relationship to Earth, and immersing ourselves in information that will help us strengthen our awareness of the natural … Continue reading
The perspective and approach that Marc Pilisuk suggests in this blog is radical and courageous. In it Marc suggests we should talk to ISIS and engage them in dialogue. This suggestion re ISIS is hardly a part of our national … Continue reading
By Peggy Ray When I was a child growing up, my Dad set off some (probably illegal) rockets in our back yard on July 4th. We children burned sparklers. The rocket bursts were just an exciting entertainment, and I never … Continue reading
By Peggy Ray I was glad I didn’t have a child with me when I viewed a film at the American Museum of Natural History recently. It was shown on a huge screen in three-dimensions and probably pretty frightening to … Continue reading