Monthly Archives: September 2008

Daily Dose of CM

Knowledge is not sensation, nor is it to be derived through sensation; we feed upon the thoughts of other minds; and thought applied to thought generates thought and we become more thoughtful. No one need invite us to reason, compare, imagine; the mind, like the body, digests its proper food, and it must have the […]

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The Dawn of the Heroes

From Herakles, The Hero of Thebes and Other Heroes of the Myth, by Mary E. Burt and Zenaide A. Ragozin, 1900 The Land of the Heroes(lightly edited by the DHM) One look at the map of Greece will show us that it is the smallest of European countries. For may hundreds of years it was […]

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Making the most of the time….

Infancy and toddlerhood cover such a brief span of time. Providing a secure beginning to a child’s life by being there responsively is a worthwhile investment and one every mom can enjoy if she gives herself permission to snuggle. Debra Evans, Heart and Home

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Eggplant Parmigiana

This has a meatlike texture so is more satisfying to those used to meat. 1 medium sized eggplant1 t. salt1/4 cup flour1/2 t. salt1/4 t. pepper1/2 cup chopped onion1/2 cup chopped green pepper1 large clove garlic, minced1/2 cup vegetable oil1 can tomato sauce (8 ounces)1/2 t. oregano8 ounces sliced mozzarella cheeseparsley Pare and cut eggplant […]

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Enemy Among Us

Richard Maybury: The country and the government are not the same thing. I love this country and would not want to live anywhere else, but I consider the government to be the country’s most dangerous enemy. Washington is taxing us to death, it’s throwing the best medical system in the world into boundless confusion, it’s […]

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