Because wealth is “isolating.” I’m only posting this to test your compassion. Did you pass?
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Did you see the super moon? And then the eclipse?
We repaired to our town beach to watch, and then we stayed to watch what we thought was the eclipse, but it was slow in coming so we went home and watched that from the privacy of our back stoop. The trip to the beach was worth it, though. Entire families came in their cars …
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The Buddhists are going to the White House
Or, better, the first-ever White House-Buddhist Leadership Conference is coming in May. On so many levels, this is a good thing, because, as says Leftover, who sent the links, just being exposed to Buddhist thought makes you more compassionate. And less racist. Imagine that. In the halls of power. You can read more about Buddhist …
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I want to tell you something about Larry Cohen, longtime Courant columnist
Larry Cohen, who died suddenly at his Sanibel Island, Fla., home on Monday, was an irascible contrarian, a shoot from the lip conservative, and a big ol’ softie. I knew Larry because we both worked at the Hartford Courant. Sometimes, he was the Courant’s lone local conservative voice. You could disagree with him — so …
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