Monthly Archives: December 2010

Pondering Power

I was standing at the corner of Mt. Auburn & Chester, just before sunset, when I looked up. I noticed the cloud first — the way the sun seemed to be wearing itself out in a final effort to offer … Continue reading

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Hope is What We Do

In the territory of human experience beyond words, just a few symbols are needed. One is the lighting of a candle. It is such a simple symbol. But universally powerfully. I’ve participated in two events in Watertown recently for those … Continue reading

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The view from here

How “here” are you? From some hilltops in Watertown, one can see pretty far. Cambridge, Boston, Belmont, Waltham, Newton — They are all within view. And they are on our minds, too, I’ve discovered. As I’ve been getting to know … Continue reading

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