Monthly Archives: November 2018

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posticon The Tragedy of Phantom 309

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The world is now too small for anything but brotherhood. ~ Arthur Powell Davies, Unitarian minister

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You’ve probably heard of haunted houses. But have you ever heard of a haunted truck?

Let me take you back to January 29, 1963.

That day, trucker John W. “Pete” Trudelle drove his tanker truck from Keene, New Hampshire to Boston, Massachusetts. In Boston, Pete loaded his truck with 4,600 gallons of gasoline. Then he headed back to Keene.

He never made it home.

As Pete headed north out of Boston back to Keene on the Newburyport Turnpike, he passed under a bridge.Read more

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What is done out of love always takes place beyond good and evil. ~ Friedrich Nieitzche,
Beyond Good and Evil

Even if, like me, you pay little attention to the news media today, it seems obvious there’s an angry war going on between “good” and “evil.”

This week we’re featuring an article by my dear friend and brother, Ted Murray. Ted’s an accomplished writer and spiritual teacher. He’s also a great tennis coach.

In Ted’s message today he talks about the battle between the forces of good and evil, and what we can do about it.Read more

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posticon The Death Bells Are Ringing For Politics As Usual

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Politics is supposed to be the second oldest profession. I have come to realize that it bears a very close resemblance to the first. ~ U.S. President Ronald Reagan

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If you live in the United States, you’re probably aware (maybe painfully so) next Tuesday, November 6, is a national election day. The country’s political scene appears more negative and angry than I can ever remember.

If you’ve been with us a while, you may know I’m nonpartisan, apolitical, neutral — however you want to describe it. Read more