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COLUMNS : JANET BURNS  (ARCHIVES)Back to Current
Humble beginnings (01/22/2006)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- To live with tears in your eyes, smiles on your lips, awareness in your gaze, and scents of the earth on your hands, is to live richly.

Delicate flowers are a delightful contrast to man's crude handi ... 

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Mirages and interludes (01/16/2006)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- For women only! (And maybe not.) There is that secret place, where most young married mothers retreat to, a sentimental interlude of the mind.

Releasing the longing for romance and dreams of fleeing  ... 

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Who fired that shot? (12/12/2005)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- Every one of us, if we live long enough, will learn the exact same thing numerous times during one lifetime (and not even know it).

The most compelling thing about "TRUTH" is that only a fool or an  ... 

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The wise guys (12/04/2005)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- And the end of all our exploring

Will be to arrive where we started

And know the place for the first time.

- T.S. Eliot

Do people read self-help books to determine if they are who they thi ... 

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Been there - done that (11/13/2005)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- "Walk a mile in my orthodics and spandex fanny pants," says the domestic diva to the master of the household. "I'm off to the gym! Have supper ready."

This article, by a 60 year old, is thoughtfull ... 

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Kindred horizons - A tribute to Rosa Parks (11/06/2005)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- No two individuals see things in the exact same light. As we move on, shadows remain...irreversible paths crossed.

Horizons marred by dominance break the spirit of others. Where mankind's custody has ... 

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Body language (10/31/2005)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- I've got the calendar! That maligned, then highly praised "Women Of Purpose." I had hoped I'd like it.

As the photos captivated my attention, and when I read the stories behind the calendar, I saw t ... 

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Songs sung blue (10/23/2005)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- With her trilling, syrupy voice and down home song lyrics, Dolly Parton has told her life's story through her music.

I cry me a river every time I hear her sing "my coat of many colors that my mother ... 

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Time will tell (10/16/2005)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- October is just beginning and already autumn is having its way with me. My gaze is directed heavenward to fleeting geese in formation. Flesh tingles with a brisker flutter of leaves on the verge of le ... 

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Woodpile and ashes (10/09/2005)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- The final breath of this past summer is not likely to blow over as so much dust in the wind. For storm victims the summer of 2005 went out with a gasp, a roar, and a gulp. Now a weighty sigh for what  ... 

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