Monthly Archives: May 2014

Gratitude Journal

The “new science” of happiness, it would seem, confirms many of the things we have known all along. Help other people. Don’t worry too much about the past. Be grateful. Gratitude does not come to us naturally. One of the … Continue reading

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May 5 – Mary-Catherine Harrison – this week’s guest editor

Thank you to Father Staudenmaier for inviting me to guest curate the Mission and Identity Poetry listserv. It might be difficult to choose readings for the rest of the week, but the first is easy. Monday May 5th, 2014 Everyone … Continue reading

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May 2 — TGIF

Friday, May 2, 2014  — time for a little rest Bet I am not the only one tired; and glad to see Friday. A weekend after even campus parking lots get a rest from the press and hustle of student … Continue reading

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May 1 – workers and flowers

Thursday May 1, 2014 The First Day of May Some friends of mine more or less hold their breath until May 1; April, in their experience, is unreliable — blustery, chilly, rainy with an occasional seductive charming day and hints … Continue reading

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