Monthly Archives: May 2006

Aeolian Vibrations

Although I don’t have much to show for it, I have a passion for wind (aeolian) harps and sound installations. Ever since the other day, when I got on this subject with Steve, I’ve been waiting for some gusty weather … Continue reading

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Akeelah & the Bee

I just saw Akeelah & the Bee on the big screen. Keke Palmer gave a wonderful performance. Despite the cliches and stereotypes, I (constantly) got the knot, and that’s all that matters for me. Also noteworthy is the remarkable quote … Continue reading

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Stations on the Interfaith Circuit

Not long after I moved to Charlottesville, I became involved in a number of community organizations, and I quickly became acqainted with folks from different spiritual traditions as much of this work was “interfaith” in nature. One of these organizations … Continue reading

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“Michael is now as annoying as the rest of us!”

On my way to class yesterday morning, I thought to myself, “Oh, I should turn off my cellular telephone so that it doesn’t ring in class.” Since my hands were full, I decided to switch it off when I got … Continue reading

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Children’s Conference

Are you planning a children’s conference this year? Even of you’re not, here are some theme suggestions that may serve to stimulate… Life-long Learning (without schools) “You can make a difference!” Unity in Diversity “Teach someone you know!” Teacher< ->Student< … Continue reading

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