My Sermon on the Mount

combat is healthy, continue it.

By:
ganeshal

Spirituality>
Religionl
Nov 06, 2010

Hymns of Charles Wesley – 5 of My Particular Favourites

Within the vast repertoire of church music the hymns of Charles Wesley (1707-1788) are widely considered as some of the greatest ever written. Many of the hymns which congregations most love to sing came from his pen. The scriptural detail of his writing and his inspired turns of phrase put him up there with the very best. There are also plenty to choose from as, during his lifetime, he wrote well over 6000 of them.

By:
Robert Hinchliffel

Spirituality>
Religionl
Nov 05, 2010

Mordechai Vanunu: 1986 Whistle Blower of Israel’s WMD Program Saga from 2005-2010

Just days before my first of seven journeys to Israel and occupied Palestine in June 2005, a Palestinian American friend warned me, “Don’t visit Vanunu, if you see him; don’t speak to him. He’s not allowed to speak to foreigners and you could cause him trouble.”

I responded, “OK, I won’t track him down, but Jerusalem is a small town and if our paths cross, I will speak to him. What kind of government is that, that will tell a human being who they can and cannot talk with?

By:
Eileen Flemingl

News and Society>
Politicsl
Jan 14, 2010

Imagine: Media as a Sanctuary for Dissent

“The media should be a sanctuary for dissent. It is our job to go to where the silence is.”-Amy Goodman

By:
Eileen Flemingl

News and Society>
Journalisml
Nov 02, 2008

The New Orleans Blues, the Spirit and All That Jazz

Pastor John E. Pierre, of New Orleans, arranged a Thanksgiving Service at the Eagle Saloon/The Delivery Room of Jazz for Christian volunteers who tore down the old to bring in the new at The Living Witness Church. Christians from Florida and Wisconsin were entertained by Eddie “Guitar Slim” Jones, Blues Boy George, Anthony and Milton’s renditions of BB King, Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Ray Charles, Motown, Marvin Gaye, Prince, gospel and more during a 3 1/2 hour spirit filled nonstop concert.

By:
Eileen Flemingl

Spirituality>
Religionl
Aug 01, 2008
lViews: 134

The Daymare That Remains in New Orleans

The hardest-working marsh in America is the Louisiana bayou, and its health has been neglected. From the Mississippi border to the Texas state line, Louisiana is losing its protective fringe of marshes and barrier islands faster than any other place in the U.S.A.

By:
Eileen Flemingl

News and Society>
Causes & Organizationsl
Jul 01, 2008
lViews: 202
lComments: 1

Vanunu on Faith Before Final Court Date of 2 ½ Year Long Freedom of Speech Trial

[East Jerusalem] On July 8, 2008, the final act in Mordechai Vanunu’s current trials plays out, when Israel either puts Vanunu behind bars for six more months, or “something else”…

By:
Eileen Flemingl

Spirituality>
Religionl
Jul 01, 2008

Alternative to Mid Life Crisis: Find Your Voice Inspired by the Dreams of Others and Muses

Some comfortably well off empty nester baby boomers may obtain the car of their dreams or have an affair as the means to inspire passion.

By:
Eileen Flemingl

News and Society>
Women’s Issuesl
Jul 01, 2008
lViews: 207

Wwdds? What Would Dorothy Day Say?

Dorothy Day lived a diverse 83 years that culminated in 1980. She spent her youth amongst anarchists and bohemians, in bars and through unhappy love affairs. She ended life with a mile high FBI file and a paper trail that testifies that what she wrote, she believed, she did and lived.

By:
Eileen Flemingl

Spirituality>
Religionl
Jun 02, 2008

Boom Boom Benny: Looking for a Woman to Learn His Russian Mystery Trick

“In my daredevil stunt driver days with world famous Hollywood Death Dodgers Thrill Show out of Chicago, I stole a trick from a Russian who blew himself up….I am now looking for a young lady to teach my Russian Mystery Trick to…”

By:
Eileen Flemingl

Sports and Fitness>
Extreme Sportsl
May 12, 2008

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Eileen is a retired RN, activist, author, poet, reporter and editor for the WAWA Blog:
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She returns to the West Bank in November 2006 and will be reporting on WAWA.