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Don’t Dismiss The Pennies

We have no say over where we are born.  In my case it was King’s Hospital in Brooklyn, New York.  There are also other “givens” at the time of our birth such as eye color and numbers of fingers and … Continue reading

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The Asian Bistro

Upon the death on September 9, 1976 of Chairman Mao Zedong, founder of the People’s Republic of China, a distraught peasant on the street was filmed wailing: “What are we going to do?  Heaven is collapsing!”  When a part of … Continue reading

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A Journey Of Names

On a previous trip to Kona a woman, seeing me wearing my clerical collar, asked me who I was. I said, “My name is Father James, but in Hawaiian I think it is Kahuna Kimo.” She instantly got a wide-eyed … Continue reading

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Elvis and Tiger Doves

From the moment that the sperm and the egg unite and the one-celled egg divides in two, we are on a journey!  Having come into being, we can never “not be” again!  As of today my own journey has gone … Continue reading

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