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Welcome to our February 2008 edition.
"CREATING
THE ETERNAL NOW"

     Youth is king, or at least, so says the cliche. Beauty products are sold en masse to recapture lost youth, to people as young as in their thirties.......Click to see entire article.
BOOK REVIEW OF
"The Old Patagonian Express"

     "The Old Patagonian Express" is the third book I have read by the lauded traveler, Paul Theroux. Sick of the winter cold while writing......Click to see entire article.
"JUST ENOUGH TIME ON MY HANDS"

     Once again, the miles and miles of highway took up my horizon, both mentally and in actuality. The corridor of Interstate 40 sliced its way ......Click to see entire article.
"THE FALLS OF WHARTON CREEK"

    There are times in which the chatter of my head seems to be too much for me to listen to, an undercurrent that I can't really swim against no matter ......Click to see entire article.
"LET'S GO GIANTS!"
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"BREAD MOLD"
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      What is the world today supposed to be? What is it about, and why? Is there any reason to even care about asking these questions anymore? What is a church of the streets, anyway?

     The "First Church of The Streets" e-zine is a means of answering these questions. It is non-sectarian in the sense that it doesn't rely on any one religion to satisfy these answers. Neither does the church of the streets negate religion for comfort in secular classic philosophy. With it not being constrained to any particular dogma, the church of the streets can employ any or all of these methods. It is also free to use those schools which are considered too foolish to answer anything by so-called higher thinkers, such as popular culture. Just as religion and philosophy seem to give comfort to many in times of uncertainty, to many, popular culture is a refuge and an oasis. In this respect, it is as much a part of the church of the streets as anything else.


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