Monthly Archives: August 2010

Anne Frank Tree

The mighty chestnut that stood beside the hiding spot that Anne Frank lived in during World War II has fallen. The same tree that supported life and hope through it’s very existence has ceased to stand it’s vigil next to … Continue reading

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I Grew Up Near Water

More people die each year from tainted water than any other cause. Continue reading

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Half Full vs. Half Empty? We Need a Smaller Glass

I am almost daily dumbfounded by the arguments, the lies and the suppositions behind what passes for news. On one level, we are moved by the emotional rhetoric and the adversarial approach to what we consume in place of true … Continue reading

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