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COLUMNS : JANET BURNS  (ARCHIVES)Back to Current
Practical sacrifices (07/19/2009)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- The current economic recession has hit the wealthy much harder than the less prosperous. You can’t lose what you don’t have.

One businessman’s downfall can be another’s upswing. In these depressed ti ... 

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Identity crisis USA (07/12/2009)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- A new class of people has evolved in the USA, in a whirlwind of commercial greed and unrealistic desires. Social-climbing, white collar, suburban couples have spent far beyond their means. Subsequent ... 

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Little known facts about nothing (07/05/2009)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- One evening as we sat on our deck, I said to Pat that I think compulsive writing is an addiction of the medulla oblongata. Say what? I don’t know where that came from! Words haunt me! I just happened  ... 

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A revolution of values (06/28/2009)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- A literary critic once wrote, “I don’t put much faith in writers who write more than they read.” We all have a great deal to learn from each other.

A gentle man with magnetic wisdom, the Reverent Bi ... 

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Fathers’ Day Genuine Dads (06/21/2009)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- Any man can become a father, but it takes someone special to be a “DAD.”

No one has reached perfection in the responsibilities that come with bringing a child into the world – ready or not! It takes  ... 

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A ticket to paradise (06/14/2009)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- “Follow your bliss,” the poet once chortled. One man’s paradise is another’s misery.

“I just do as I please – just breezin’ along with the breeze!” Early morning May air was sharp and chipper! On our ... 

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Tomorrow’s Hope (06/07/2009)
By Janet Lewis Burns --

The otherwise gradual demise of Small Town USA is picking up intensely. What seemed to be an ideal place to raise a family is turning into alien, fragmentary, and backstabbing communities in an “I  ... 

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The art of dinging around (05/31/2009)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- Friendly advice to those who may be considering early retirement: certain criteria make the transition more favorable than others. For instance, a natural born tinkerer can easily adapt to the prospec ... 

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Beyond the flashbulb (05/24/2009)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- “Rituals provide points of genuine connection with what is most authentically true…” “Rituals evoke a commitment of the heart.”

–Marianne Williamson

We’ve all done it. We tend to get carri ... 

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Of hearts and souls (05/17/2009)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- “The only thing necessary for evil to triumph is for enough good men to do nothing.” -Edmund Burke

Here I am, back to spiritual research again. Reading others’ meditations and ponderings can broade ... 

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