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Daily Archives: February 6, 2011
Light and Inspiration
At the Presbyterian church this morning, the theme was letting your light shine. I can easily get defensive (in my mind, of course) when I hear this sort of message. It makes me feel that I should beat myself up … Continue reading
Disorganized Ramblings on Reagan
To be honest, I’ve had a hard time getting excited about the Ronald Reagan Centennial. I feel that I should write something, because I’ve written a post for Ronald Reagan’s birthday every year since I started blogging. But I’m not … Continue reading
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Injustice, and a Tangent About Sabbath
In this post, I will blog about two essays in W.E.B. Du Bois’ The Souls of Black Folk: “Of the Black Belt,” and “Of the Quest of the Golden Fleece.” Both essays talk about injustice. In “Of the Black Belt,” … Continue reading
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