Monthly Archives: June 2015

Slow work

I was thinking about Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, a Christian mystic today as I read the opinions from the US Supreme Court on same gender marriage. There are people that are celebrating the decision demanding that states recognize same gender … Continue reading

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Celebrating too soon

Tomorrow is the 19th of June. This date is the anniversary of the final state, (Texas), to hear of the Emancipation Proclamation in 1865. The slaves in Confederate states had not yet heard until the defeat of the Confederacy. In … Continue reading

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Original Intent

In the United States we acknowledge “Mother’s Day a few weeks ago. The original day for the celebration was the second of June in 1872. It has become a national observance that is also recognized extensively in our religious institutions. … Continue reading

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