Daily Archives: August 24, 2018

On Why Hypocrisy Is Easy

One of the many subjects I ponder that could be seen as somewhat troubling is the rampant nature of hypocrisy in our world [1].  It is easy to point fingers at other people for being hypocrites.  There are so many … Continue reading

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Book Review: Local Wonders

Local Wonders:  Seasons In The Bohemian Alps, by Ted Kooser This book gave me an odd feeling, and I’m not sure it’s a feeling I like.  When the author was talking about the small towns of the area of the … Continue reading

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Book Review: Lights On A Ground Of Darkness

Lights On A Ground Of Darkness, by Ted Kooser I must admit I was surprised by this book.  I expected (perhaps not unreasonably) that because the previous books by the author I had read were all books of poetry that … Continue reading

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