Monthly Archives: April 2013

Turning 65, Part 2

On Monday, I attended the funeral of a colleague, Dr. Michael Stewart.  While it was a beautiful service and fitting to his memory, it was still very sad because he was taken in the prime of his life.  To some, 60 … Continue reading

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Turning 65

With the recent tragedy in Boston, I thought about addressing that subject.  But I did that back in January.  If you want to know my thoughts on the subject, check the archives for “Why Does Evil Happen?” So instead, I … Continue reading

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Don’t Worry

Several things this week have kept me thinking about diversity in this country.  When I was in high school chorus we sang a song based on the poem “Colossus” by Edna Lazarus that is inscribed on the Statue of Liberty.  It talks … Continue reading

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Unintended Lessons

In this week after Easter, I am reprinting a column that appeared in the Huntsville Times two years ago.  I believe it is just as relevent today.  As I was walking down the hallway that led from my office to … Continue reading

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