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July 5th, 2019

I often think to myself that life is simple if we followed one rule--make sure we do the right thing.That's it.  As simple as that.Of course, doing the right thing is not really simple.  For one, how do I know that "x" is the right thing to do and not "y"?  It becomes a challenge. &nbs

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July 4th, 2019

The Dear Leader has messed up the Fourth of July, too!The following is a post from two years ago, which I have only

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July 3rd, 2019

I was perhaps 10 or 11 years old when the family, including paatti (grandmother), went to Tirupati.  For a visit with the presiding god.  We stayed in one of the cottages owned and operated by the temple trust.

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July 2nd, 2019

Frank Sinatra famously sang in My Way:Regrets, I've had a fewBut then again, too few to mentionI did what I had to doAnd saw it through without exemptionToo few to mention?  Really?

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July 1st, 2019

If ever I wonder about the utility of blogging, the cosmos always delivers without fail and assures me that the posts will be useful.  In ways that I might never expect.The evidence today?  A student wrote about a book that she had recently read.  By Richard Dawkins.  And she writes there, "W

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June 30th, 2019

A few months ago,  I participated in a march to express my worries over climate change and to urge action.Very few young people were in the march.  We were a bunch of geezers.The march went past quite a few apartment buildings where young people were partying.  A couple of them waved o

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