Monthly Archives: June 2015

Love makes a family with Rosie O’Donnell and Mary Trammell – Thursday, 04 May, 2015

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  She [teacher] loved me back to life … she taught me love makes a family not blood. Rosie O’Donnell   Rosie O’Donnell made a career out of making us laugh. But her past heartbreaks are no laughing matter. Hear how losing her mother and becoming a mother herself inspired her to advocate for gay parents everywhere. Featuring: Rosie O’Donell… Read more »

Former Anti-gay House Speaker, Dennis Hastert (R) – The Pampered Hypocrite – Wednesday, 03 May, 2015

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  Hastert was vehemently against gay rights and voted for a number of anti-gay laws.  He voted for the “Marriage Protection Act” and in favor of a constitutional amendment to “establish that marriage shall consist of one man and one woman.” Hastert also voted against the “Employment Non-Discrimination Act”, a bill to prohibit companies from discriminating against employees “on the… Read more »

Words of Comfort in the Desert of the Unknown – Tuesday, June 02, 2015

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  Home is not a place but a power. We find home when we arrive at the full understanding of God. Mary Baker Eddy (Twelve Years with Mary Baker Eddy by Irving C. Tomlinson, p. 156). Words of comfort By D. Kitty Simms From the November 26, 2001 issue of the Christian Science Sentinel In the heat of the day, an angel spoke… Read more »

You have two wolves, one representing darkness and despair, the other light and hope. Which one lives? – Monday, 01 June, 2015

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  In the new movie, “Tomorrowland”: Casey’s dad poses a riddle that becomes the cornerstone of her worldview, which is, in fact, the film’s worldview: You have two wolves, one representing darkness and despair, the other light and hope. Which one lives? Casey knows the answer: “The one you feed.” http://www.npr.org/2015/05/22/408459870/the-future-is-bright-in-the-time-and-space-twisting-tomorrowland       How to overcome a fearful imagination… Read more »