Monthly Archives: February 2021

How a Jingle had to Adapt to Change

Cellino and Barnes I knew that these two lawyers were not getting along for years, but I never grasped how far it had gone wrong until last year. Until then, the Buffalo TV channels were still running their joint advertisements. … Continue reading

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In Ancient Times, “Woe Is Me!” was a Spiritual Warning

The Burning of Jerusalem by Titus This image was attached to a post that said something along the idea that Jesus could predict the future. Somehow the burning of Jerusalem ‘proves’ what he had been warning them all along, if … Continue reading

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Family Trees: Where We’re From; How We’re Growing

Who Do You Think You Are? I’m not sure how long this program ran, because there are earlier versions. But it was a pleasure to watch because the double whammy of a celebrity guest and any historical period was enticing: … Continue reading

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I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine

Augustine of Hippo (November 13, 354 AD – August 28, 430 AD) It’s a long road that brings me to this important Roman Catholic Church Doctor. It was triggered by the title of Bob Dylan’s song, which came to me … Continue reading

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Finding Hope and Meaning at Life’s End

Death Is But A Dream This is the book that brought the hospice work of Christopher Kerr to the public awareness. I haven’t read it, yet, but I will. Instead I watched the PBS documentary last night, with the same … Continue reading

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The Proof of a Connection Between Colin Bloy and…

The Count of St. Germain (who died February 27, 1784) Here we are again: my presumption that Colin Bloy was the reincarnation of the Count needs some proof. The only detail of his life is his death, so let’s look … Continue reading

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Here’s the Story That Never Was:

Canadian Boy Fills the Sky Over D.C. with Red and White Balloons It was a dream I had last night: it repeated itself over and over again until I knew I wouldn’t forget to write about it today. I researched … Continue reading

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Should We “Repent” (Interior) or “Do Penance” (Exterior)?

A Reading of the New Testament from the Greek I have a hard time letting the chips fall where they may: I wrote earlier this past week that even though I have no proof of a connection to the life … Continue reading

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A 16th Century Gnostic?

Desiderius Erasmus (October 28, 1466 – July 12, 1536) The story of his life is interesting, to say the least. He didn’t need the outward signs and rites of the Roman Catholic Church: he had a direct relationship with God. … Continue reading

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Here’s Proof I Can Fly

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