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“Time Was…” And, Your Point Is?

Preface a statement in a debate with, “Time was…” and you lose me  — immediately. Why? Because “time was” usually comes before a comment that has little or no bearing on the present. Consider these “time was-es:” Time was when UGA coeds … Continue reading

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The Violence Breaks My Heart

The violence breaks my heart. Boys treat girls like garbage. Playmates plot to kill a friend after a sleepover. Assailants target children  going to buy ice cream. And these are just the headlines from this morning. What the hell are we doing in … Continue reading

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Call This Duck A Duck

“When the volatile political bedfellows of money and religion discover the honeymoon is over, the break-up will affect all of us. When this relationship runs its course – and it will – tolerance, optimism, and vision will put the pieces … Continue reading

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Rise Up and Dance To Show What Love Is Not…

It’s right there in I Corinthians 13. The writer enumerates what love is not and what it is. And, to no surprise, some of the attributes we value the most are what it is not: success, intelligence, good intentions, and … Continue reading

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