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by Lynette Sheppard

June 17, 2012

I love air travel.  I particularly love long flights. Okay, I’m not overly fond of the packing and the obsessing and the security lines and the endless crap leading up to the flight. But once I’m in my seat and have snapped the buckle of my seatbelt into place, I am a happy woman.

No one can reach me. No phone, no email, no faxes, no doorbell. Plane flights are a modern day version… READ MORE


by Dewitt Jones

June 10, 2012

Albert Einstein once was asked to name the most important question science could study. His reply: "Is the Universe friendly?" In considering the question myself, I realize just how much rides on how I answer it.

If I choose to believe that the Universe is unfriendly, then it becomes my adversary something to be confronted, outwitted, controlled. Nature becomes a hostile environment, separate from me and from all… READ MORE


by Lauri Gwilt

June 03, 2012

I cherish the days when I wake up in the morning having no idea that I am about to meet someone who would change me forever.

I had one of these days when 81 year old Romek (Robbie) Waisman sat in the seat next to me on my flight home from Omaha, Nebraska.

Before we had even buckled in, we were well into the typical small talk strangers engage in, such as, “What brought you here?” and “Where are you headed?”… READ MORE