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Vigils welcome: Let us pray

In the wake of the tragic events in Charlottesville, Va. - in response to the anger, violence and loss of life - many communities across the country are leading prayer vigils.
I think that is a grand idea.
I’m no theologian or philosopher, but at the age of 55, one thing has become evident. There is good in this world and there is evil - there is love and there is hate - and with every decision we make every moment of every day, we are moving toward one and away from the other.
Greek philosophers had names for what is good. They ...


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