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COLUMNS : JANET BURNS  (ARCHIVES)Back to Current
Inklings from the other side (03/09/2008)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- "We may not always notice, but each of us carries around an interior reflection of heaven all the time. The poet points out that we all enjoy the shade of heaven's broad protection - individually and ... 

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Write on! (03/02/2008)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- Impatient young writers, keep the faith! It took four-time recipient of the Pulitzer Prize, American poet Robert Frost, more than 20 years from the time his first poem was printed in a high school mag ... 

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The risk factor (02/24/2008)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- You don't see things as they are. You see things as you are. Americans have been spoiled and disillusioned for decades!

We have been programmed to believe that we live in a risk-free society. Our c ... 

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The eyes have it! (02/17/2008)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- A recent eye-opening fad has been sweeping through subway terminals in American cities. It seems certain individuals are catching subway rides without their pants on (on purpose). What is the statemen ... 

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If the truth be known (02/10/2008)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- "By being denied facts of our history, they (young American students) are at a decided disadvantage when it comes to reasoning and thinking through the issues of today." "The bottom line is that we h ... 

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Good grief (02/03/2008)
By Janet Lewis Burns --

"If you're really listening, if you're awake to the poignant beauty of the world, your heart breaks regularly." -Andrew Harvey

It's funny how something you read or hea ... 

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Stifle it! (01/27/2008)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- Television news - is nothing sacred anymore? All you ever wanted to know about exploited, distasteful stories of the day is repeated again and again, just in case you might have missed something in th ... 

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Winter’s illusive dreams (01/20/2008)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- Today we older adults can relive bygone winters by delighting in watching the children, as they gleefully roughhouse and sled through the byways of snow. "If only I could go back just one more time,  ... 

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Elderly wisecracks (01/13/2008)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- Don't burn bridges. You'll be surprised how many times you have to cross the same river. The white-headed, the eccentric, and the curmudgeon are often the butt of tasteless jokes, accusing them of "se ... 

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The Victorian tea (01/06/2008)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- It was the first time I'd been invited to a Victorian tea, and in a perfectly charming setting with others of "my own kind". A girl thing!

A Lewiston school chum from the ‘50s asked me to join ... 

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