Monthly Archives: August 2015

Those Crazy Jesuits

Anyone who looks at the history of my posts can see that I’ve slowed down. Part of this is because I really want to have original, thoughtful, meaningful content. I follow at least one mental health/social science blog which is … Continue reading

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Two Days of Terror, Seventy Years of Hope

This is the time of year when I tend to meditate on two dates: August 6, and August 9, 1945. ¬†August 6 represents the beginning of the age of atomic warfare– the day that a plutonium bomb was dropped on … Continue reading

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