Category: Sundry Dinner

“How I Ditched My Phone and Unbroke My Brain.” Interesting article about how obsessed we can get with our smartphones, what it’s doing to us, and a way back to being once again “present.” (I also learned what “phubbing” was.) …

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Here’s my annual “Books Read” end-of-year list for 2020. Man spells out “I Hate Winter” on his running route app. The world is “won or lost on front porches, in bedrooms at night, around family hearths, in movie theaters and …

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Barak Obama discloses that his favorite pen is the Uni-ball Vision Elite with a micro-point. That’s better than most. But the best underlining and writing comes from a Pilot G2 extra fine refill inserted in an Everyman Pen barrel. Letters …

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2020’s Most-Read Bible Verse: ‘Do Not Fear’ Do you see what I see? Planetary alignment to create a ‘Christmas star’ Sitting all day? Just 11 minutes of exercise a day can help reverse the effects The Promise That Tested My …

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I was a plumber during my seminary days, so this WaPo article about the desperate need for people trained in appliance repair interested me. “Don’t let me ever think, dear God, that I was anything but the instrument for Your …

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