Monthly Archives: November 2013

Thanksgiving–for Life

How do you thank someone for life? This 70-year tale of danger, courage, and trust brought together two men in their 70’s this week. They met at New York John F. Kennedy Airport to give and receive thanks for the … Continue reading

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Lessons from Typhoon Haiyan II – Resilience

Amid the destruction which left over 600,000 thousand homeless from Typhoon Haiyan (called Yolanda by the Philippine natives) we catch a glimpse of Tacloban youngsters surviving emotionally by playing Basketball (NBCNews.com Photo: David Guttenfelder, AP). These resilient kids discovered a … Continue reading

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Lessons from Typhoon Haiyan (The Philippines)

Hardly had the ink dried on last week’s blog about the Anniversary of Hurricane Sandy in the US than Typhoon Haiyan struck the Philippines.  As of Thursday, November 14, the official number who died stood at 2275, a number expected … Continue reading

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Lessons from Hurricane Sandy I

One year ago Hurricane Sandy struck New Jersey and New York City. During the afternoon of October 29, 2012, Sandy produced high winds and drenching rains from Washington, D.C. northward. It toppled trees and power lines, and cut electrical power for … Continue reading

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Creation Revealed

Take a look at Creation! or at least the closest thing to it we’ve so far observed. We see this highlighted galaxy (box) “only” 700 million years after the Big Bang. This picture of the most distant galaxy known is a … Continue reading

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