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Welcome to our September 2007 edition.

"THE WIDE ANGLE WAY"

   The impact of one's actions can last well past the moment of decision. Unfortunately, the full effect of what chooses to do at any given time may not be readily apparently. Something may seem like a good idea at the time, but in the long run prove to be fruitless.

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BOOK REVIEW OF
"WATCHING THE WORLD CHANGE"

     The subtitle to David Friend's book "Watching the World Change" is "The Stories Behind the Images of 9/11." An understated introduction to a book of wrenching sorrow and tragedy, this title aptly leads to the tone of how the book tells its story.

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"DYING WITH DIGNITY MEXICAN STYLE"

   My life in Mexico began with the cockroach incident. First morning in my new home, a toilet wouldnít flush and a rising desert sun promised to bake the unsavory contents. I stepped into the shower.



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"EAST SIDNEY DAM"

   With steam pipes breaking in New York City , the collapsing of bridges and mines across the nation, hurricanes breaching the levee system in New Orleans, and record breaking floods and wildfires, there's been a lot of talk about the vulnerability of the American infrastructure.

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"HOLDERS"

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"BLUESCAPE"

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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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