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COLUMNS : JANET BURNS  (ARCHIVES)Back to Current
High time (05/09/2010)
By Janet Lewis Burns --

Does anybody know what time it is? Does anybody really care? The first day of the rest of oneís life is neatly broken into hours, minutes, and seconds. Have I just begun or am I nearly over? No one  ... 

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Spring into spiritual stability! (05/02/2010)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- Today is one gorgeous, titillating morning, April 17th. Here I sit at the dining room table, preoccupied, as I sort out my nightmare of medications, some new, some to be weaned, and all very confusing ... 

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Touched by angels (04/18/2010)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- ďI work at Seasonís Hospice in Rochester. Being with the dying in their last hours has strengthened my faith in God and my hope that there is a better life. All the patients come to a certain kind of  ... 

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A hand-me-down society (04/11/2010)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- Growing up in the Ď50s and Ď60s, the closest thing to environmental conscientiousness was when our parents reminded us to put our empty Pepsi bottles back in the case to take back to the store for a ... 

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How to survive well (04/04/2010)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- Code ďblue-hoo!Ē A comforting shoulder to cry on needed ASAP! Individual is suffering withdrawal from lack of positive energy! Nursing home TLC no longer effective. Family members desperately needed  ... 

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How strange is that? (03/21/2010)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- ďProgress might have been all right once, but itís gone on way too long.Ē Ogden Nash has been credited for that witty little tidbit and I think itís quite smashing! They say that writers are a rare b ... 

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Examining human inconsistencies (03/14/2010)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- If, in the past, we would have realized that we didnít need all the things we thought we needed, we could be rich now. And then what?

Unjust humanity issues are being ignored because itís ourselves ... 

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Dust collectors (03/07/2010)
By Janet Lewis Burns --

You might say Iím a nostalgic, love-at-first-sight collector. When I see it ĖI know itís the thing. My heart skips a beat and hums a long-forgotten tune, and Iím smitten.

I was raised in a modest ... 

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Backtracking (02/28/2010)
By Janet Lewis Burns --

Traversing the outskirts of my childhood home, I realize I can go back in memory only...one has no right to trespass on the lives of others.

As I sit looking out our living room window, nodding off ... 

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Heavenly debuts (02/21/2010)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- Winterís long, gray shadows reaching across ridged, unbroken snow speak of solitude. Some rest easy with this, while others feel stranded, buried deep within themselves. That day in January, when I fo ... 

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