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The Yellow Brick Road isn’t the only path to salvation

You might recall that in the Wizard of Oz movie, a confused Dorothy stands in shock at one point and blurts out a classic piece of dialogue that goes something like this: “My, people come and go so quickly around … Continue reading

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Experiments in sun and wind and salt

A week ago we returned from sunny Florida. It was eighty degrees every day. We ran in shorts and swam in the afternoon. I walked a boardwalk taking photos of semi-tropical birds. It was lovely. This morning (back in Illinois) … Continue reading

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Stressing the reality of the Yellow Brick Road

By Christopher Cudworth We all like to think we’re good at dealing with stress. We tune our mental and physical engines through exercise, stressing our bodies in a positive way to wick off the stresses we face every day. Yet … Continue reading

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