Do Something Sacred

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  When I went to Vietnam the one thing that disturbed me was the way the Vietnamese exploited their own children for the sake of a dollar. I encountered girls as young as 7 or 8 out on the streets of Saigon (nobody but the press calls it Ho Chi Minh City. HCMC ┬áis a [Read More...]

Flannery’s Prayers Made Public

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  Somewhere in my office, or perhaps in the garage, are the journals I kept as a college student, and as a young married woman. Included in those papers are drafts of my wedding vows, and drafts of letters I penned but never mailed to that boyfriend I didn’t marry. The journals are almost all [Read More...]

Give Kobe & God some privacy please

There seems to be a theme going on this week related to privacy. I suppose this sort of thing is to be expected in the age in which nothing any of us does goes unseen. Kobe Bryant thought a man was taking photos of him in church on Sunday. (Can I just say kudos to [Read More...]


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