alien siege

The SciFi Channel has come out with some real winners lately in its programming, especially the new “Battlestar Galactica” series. While I typically don’t enjoy “menancing aliens invading the Earth” types of movies, I wanted to give SciFi’s original movie, “Alien Siege” a chance. I admit that I watched the first 30-40 minutes before falling […]

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so much stuff

“Simplify, simplify.”— Henry David Thoreau Spring is coming. A Daily OM message this week mentioned The Simplicity Circles Project, a network of small groups that help “people lead lives of high satisfaction and low environmental impact.” Always eager to cut through the crap and get to the core in my own life, I forwarded the […]

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hotel rwanda

I was invited out last week to see “Hotel Rwanda.” Though this was a movie I had wanted to see anyway, I wasn’t sure if I had the guts to go see it in the theatre. My habit with movies is to wait for the DVD release of any movie that might be too much […]

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religious intolerance

In the fall of 2003, a number of participants from the previous summer’s Conversations with God Teachers’ Tutorial banded together to write a book to help promote Humanity’s Team (http://www.humanitysteam.org/)?a network of individuals and groups around the globe “seeking to free humanity from the oppression of its beliefs about God, about Life, and about each […]

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world indigo day

World Indigo Day was celebrated Saturday, January 29th, with worldwide premiere screenings of “Indigo,” the movie created by James Twyman, Neale Donald Walsch, and Stephen Simon. I had bought my tickets a few weeks earlier and brought some friends along with me. Indigo — The Movie I had been hearing about this movie for well […]

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petitions on prayer in schools

Recently, the following electronic petition plea was sent to an e-group to which I subscribe: Dear President Bush: Many of us were deeply touched to hear you recite a portion of Psalm?23 in?your address to this great nation in the dark hoursfollowing the?terrorists attacks. We were encouraged and comforted to know that?we truly had a […]

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inaugural drumming

I am a subscriber to a number of local message boards here in the Portland area, and there is one particular Inauguration Day event that has been posted and re-posted several times over on all these lists in the past week: Inauguration Day Drumming to Lift the Hex on the President The idea behind this […]

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