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There’s No Place Like Home

Some days have now passed and I am heartened to note that I was not the only one disturbed by the many raucous public celebrations of Osama bin Laden’s death.  This gives me hope, and the space to reflect more … Continue reading

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Ding-Dong the Witch Is Dead

Even as a child I knew there was something ethically discordant about displays of jubilation in response to the news of someone’s death – even someone as wicked as “the Wicked Witch of the East”. I moved my chair closer … Continue reading

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