Wednesday, December 2, 2020Volume 1, Issue 55 “Do not revel in great luxury, lest you become impoverished by its expense. Do not become a beggar by feasting with borrowed money, when you have nothing in your purse.” – Sirach 18:32-33
Thursday, November 26, 2020Volume 1, Issue 54 A few weeks ago, I wrote about my daily reading habit. For several years, I have made it a priority to read at least twenty-five pages per day. This habit was originally inspired by a
Friday, November 20, 2020Volume 1, Issue 53 The Moon Is Down I recently found a compilation of John Steinbeck’s lesser known writing which includes The Moon Is Down, a short novel set in an unnamed Northern European country during the early
Tuesday, November 17, 2020Volume 1, Issue 52 The Power of Television The stereotype of life in the 1950s is that it was an idyllic period of prosperity, something of a “golden era” following the trauma of the Second World War.
Friday, November 13, 2020Volume 1, Issue 51 “Any jackass can kick a barn down. But it takes a good carpenter to build one.” — Sam Rayburn Which vaccines are winning the race to tame the COVID-19 pandemic? by Mark Lynas, November 12,