Obiter Dicta

Back in my parents’ generation, when you were hired as a newspaper reporter, your first assignment was to write your own obituary.  I don’t know if that is still true.  But it would be an interesting assignment for all of us, not just for those in the working press.  How would you like to be … Continued

Food Paves the Way

In recent years social scientists have recognized that dysfunction in community leads to many different types of problems, impacting the health and wellbeing of residents.  You can spend your time trying to get government to solve all of the problems or you can roll up your sleeves and develop effective, directed interventions from within communities.  Working together … Continued


 Epiphany, which traditionally falls on January 6, is a Christian feast day that celebrates the revelation of God as a human being in Jesus. In many cultures the arrival of the wise Magi, bearing gifts for the newborn babe, is celebrated. The original Greek word meant the arrival of dawn, sunrise. Later it indicated the … Continued


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