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“Work and Life”

“Work and Life” The writer Ernest Hemingway is supposed to have said, about the aim of life, that it’s “to last and get your work done.” Well, he didn’t exactly do either. He did not last, for he killed himself, … Continue reading

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The Quakers: Another Round

The Quakers: Another Round Last week we met again with the small group of Quakers that’s been holding anti-Israel placards in the town square once a week all year. This is the third such meeting. I’m thinking, if you want … Continue reading

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“Chronology”

“Chronology” From precognitive dreams, where the future is recognizably predicted before it happens, we can infer that time is other than what ordinarily we think it is. From the way philosophers have sometimes talked, mathematicians and physicists too on occasion, … Continue reading

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