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Humanity’s Biggest Failure

What is humanity’s greatest failure?  It is a failure of understanding, a failure of love, a failure of respect.  It is a failing of compassion, a failing of negotiation, a failing of faith.  It is trusting in human power rather … Continue reading

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Frog Legs & Prejudice

I don’t like frog legs. I won’t eat frog legs. I find frog legs totally disgusting. But the truth is, I’ve never given frog legs a chance. I am so terribly offended with the idea of eating a slimy green … Continue reading

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