Tag: Egypt

Looking UP…Looking Down

| September 4, 2013 | 0 Comments

Just gimme a minute here, while I assure you that I’m not going to elaborate on the urgent stories of the day: Egypt, Syria, Gay Conversion, Bradley Manning, Oscar Pistorius, Fires, Filner, the Hermanos Arellanos. By publication, the world will have turned (hopefully, not tumbled) and my deeply considered opinions will already be obsolete. A […]

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What Now?

| July 1, 2013 | 0 Comments

That Kind’ve Summer “The world is beautiful because of you.” “You are the reason for joy in the world.” OK, thanks. Clearly brightening up our days, these and about a dozen more cheery messages, chalked on the bridge going into Balboa Park, are ours with which to resonate. Yay, they mean ME! Who IS this […]

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The Herb of Grace

| November 21, 2011 | 0 Comments
The Herb of Grace

by Charlotte Tenney, MA Integrative Health Common Rue (Ruta graveolens)  is a plant rich in folklore, culinary and medicinal use and metaphorical meanings that are found in literature.  It appears in remedies, recipes and Shakespeare’s plays and even in the Harry Potter books.  It is also, like so many other Mediterranean imports, happy in our […]

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