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A couple of things have happened this week that made me think about tolerance in our society–how important it is, how fragile it is, and how hard we must work … Continue reading
You’ve got to love these ancient paperbacks. You know the kind–they usually have simple covers, the paper is a bare grade above newsprint, the type is small, and the edges … Continue reading
You won’t recognize the tune, but this is an actual recording of a person–most likely a young girl–singing. Not too amazing by itself, until you consider that it was recorded … Continue reading
Because today is the 560th anniversary of the fall of Constantinople, I thought it fitting that my next Earth post should be somewhere in the old Byzantine (and later Ottoman) … Continue reading
Today is a solemn historical anniversary. On Tuesday, May 29, 1453, after a siege lasting 55 days, Constantinople, the capital of the Byzantine Empire, fell to the Ottoman Turks and … Continue reading
This post started out as an Earth entry (like this one and this one), but there’s more to Benson, Arizona (in Cochise County, population 4,934) than just a picture on … Continue reading