Monthly Archives: January 2017

Kwan Yin, Goddess of Compassion

Kwan Yin – Compassionate Mother, Attending to those who are Suffering, the Feminine Face of Compassion Reflection by Mary E. Latela, M.Div., January 29, 2017 Two bunches of reeds, leaning against one another long enough they become connected. When Grandpa … Continue reading

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Internat’l Holocaust Remembrance Day

Remembering the Holocaust, January 27, 2017 In 2005 the United Nations declared that at the end of January each year the world would mark Holocaust Remembrance Day. Elie Wiesel survived the Holocaust and he was known for leading others to remember … Continue reading

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Executive Orders without Footnotes

Executive Orders without Footnotes Reflection by Mary E Latela, 1/26/2017 In keeping with commitment to writing about post-March developments and inviting readers to share on Twitter, I scanned t   he twitter pages. It followed the weekend’s stunning women’s marches: “At least … Continue reading

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To Tell the Truth

To Tell the Truth by Mary E. Latela, January 23, 2017 Finally, a growing number of people agree that lying is not okay. As a result of the heated election period, those who listen closely have noticed that the truth cannot be … Continue reading

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From the Left

FIRST THOUGHTS Wednesday January 11, 2017 by Mary E. Latela I recall that Julia Cameron suggested a morning exercise of about 10 minutes of free writing. As I woke up, so many thoughts blossomed. I am captivated by the story … Continue reading

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