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October 2005


In less then a month's time, two major hurricanes crashed into the United States. This has wreaked havoc on the uprooted populace.

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It is easy to buy into the idea that if you only accomplish things, life will get better. That once your dreams are fulfilled, sunshine is on its way.

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“Just a Pit Stop on the Road”

The restaurant was full when I went in, even though it was two in the afternoon. But that wasn't that strange seeing that this was a McDonald's outside Hot Springs, Arkansas,..


Northern Catskill Ramble
The end of summer makes me think of how it began. The first bit of warm weather is just as memorable as the last, sort of like parentheses in the sentence of a colder climate.

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“First Church of The Streets is a road by which one travels, where there is no destination, but each step grows in possibility.”

      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” 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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