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COLUMNS : JANET BURNS  (ARCHIVES)Back to Current
Soul – the lifeline to eternity (07/25/2010)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- “Our goal as human beings is happiness, and we will find our greatest happiness in the contemplation of God.” –Thomas Aquinas

Every human consists of mind, body, and soul. Contentment is a frame of m ... 

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Scrambled notions of a closet thinker (07/11/2010)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- Words don’t come easy anymore. Tablet after tablet, I jot down scattered thoughts and one-liners, ruled paper heavy with those disheartening subjects I have shied away from in my column – politics, re ... 

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Just hangin’ out (07/04/2010)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- What’s missing in Small Town U.S.A.? Where are all the children and teens hanging out now, since public sidewalks, parks, and playgrounds, friendly looking neighborhoods, and bike paths everywhere pos ... 

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Laughable trivia (06/27/2010)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- What did the caveman do to deserve such disrespect? He’s no longer here to defend himself. I mean, “So easy even a caveman can do it?” How low will advertising go? Personally, I love that little Geic ... 

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Dad is the man! (06/20/2010)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- In light of the present high rate of divorce, the old adage, “The most nurturing thing a father can do for his child is to love their mother,” might put a majority of them at an unfair advantage.

Wan ... 

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Paradise lost (06/13/2010)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- “The economy right now is 99.9 % global and industrial, which puts it at a greater risk of systemic collapse.” “We’re losing millions of acres of farmland a year to development.” “We’re not investing  ... 

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Many faces of friendship (06/06/2010)
By Janet Lewis Burns --

The return: She allows a deep-seated joy to be back at camp guide her down the path leading to the boat dock. The early morning bird chorus is intensified by a series of sputters followed by a hoars ... 

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Abiding memorials (05/30/2010)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- Once one has experienced a tragedy of loss firsthand, it becomes a part of who they are. From that time on, another’s grief can fan the flames we carry. By understanding and reaching out, we can be a  ... 

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Skirting deception (05/23/2010)
By Janet Lewis Burns --

I have been suffering from writer’s block. All I want to do is bake brownies and chocolate chip cookies and have tea. This is not a good idea! Since confession is good for the soul, I’ll admit that  ... 

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Naked as a tree (05/16/2010)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- Splashed across pages of their written work, writers and poets bare their hearts and sensuous sentiments, manifested by readers who absorb their creative images, each one unique and mysterious by virt ... 

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