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COLUMNS : JANET BURNS  (ARCHIVES)Back to Current
Youth on the move (08/19/2007)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- "Across the country, college campuses are brewing with creative campaigns to bypass Washington and reengage the world." "We'll need to work with others, listen to their ideas, and sometimes follow t ... 

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Shakespeare rocks! (08/08/2007)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- There was a lump in the throat, a tear in the eye, and admiration on the sea of beaming faces that Sunday, July 29th, at the "Farewell to the Season," presented at the close of Season 4 of Winona's G ... 

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Pink flamingos and other birds (08/05/2007)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- "Progress might have been all right once, but it has gone on too long." -Ogden Nash

To think of all the technological advances in my lifetime alone is mind boggling, plus hard on the checkbook. Wil ... 

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A multicultural society (07/29/2007)
By Janet Lewis Burns --

"Much of what's driving human migration is the fact that 80 percent of the world's wealth is being controlled in the industrialized West by 20 percent of the world's population. As a society we have ... 

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The state of the Union (07/22/2007)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- "If we shut down illegal immigration, a program to legalize our ‘guest workers' would be a matter of necessity to save American agriculture."

"We, the citizens of the United States, are lying ... 

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Kind in deed (07/15/2007)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- It's been said that the kindest thing a father can do for his children is to love their mother. It is in the first home that a person's character is formed. Unconditional love is the catalyst for mutu ... 

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Minds in slow motion (07/08/2007)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- The soul is about as invisible as a flower turning a bud to fullness. At some juncture you realize that it's been transformed, but the fulfillment of the miracle is quicker than the eye.

Kahlil Gibr ... 

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Destiny’s child (07/01/2007)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- Franklin D. Roosevelt once said, "We cannot always build the future for our youth, but we can build our youth for the future." But youth today seems to be short-lived and far from naive. Where is the ... 

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A prayer and a song (06/24/2007)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- "Oh, what a beautiful morning; oh, what a beautiful day. I've got a wonderful feeling everything's going my way!"

Fragrant spring winds sing with innuendoes: ancient beach sand between tanned toes ... 

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The weight of their words (06/17/2007)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- The real measure of one's wealth is how much he'd be worth if he lost all his worldly possessions. There is an old story that goes like this. A small town church was holding auditions for a religious  ... 

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