Daily Archives: January 16, 2012

Sick to her core?

My little daughter is badly infected. I’m not sure if she caught the disease from me, or from her older sister, with whom she has spent a lot of time this weekend. It may be that she got a strain … Continue reading

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Mr. King on Dr. King

Colbert King (Washington Post columnist), spoke to the regular forum held after the 9.15 morning service at St. Alban’s Parish Church, on Sunday, January 15, as the latest in a series of illustrious speakers to celebrate the public holiday for … Continue reading

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King for today

Martin Luther King believed that “injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere”. Indeed, we could say that injust us, anywhere, is a threat to justice everywhere. So, in just us, anywhere, is a hope for justice everywhere. Martin Luther … Continue reading

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