Monthly Archives: September 2014

September 2

Reflection “We cannot merely pray to God to end war. We cannot merely pray to God to root out prejudice. We cannot merely pray to God to end starvation. We cannot merely pray to God to end despair We cannot merely pray to God to end disease. Therefore we pray to God for strength, determination and will power, to be

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September 1

Labor Day Reflection For many of us, Labor Day is the symbolic end of summer—a day for barbecues and relaxing with family and friends. These things are good, but, it is also a day when some reflection on its deeper significance might strengthen our awareness. The first Labor Day holiday was celebrated on Tuesday, September 5, 1882. It was a

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