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Topics include humor, films, current events, relationships, AIDS, success, forgiveness, anxiety, fear, security, hope, disappointment, communication, racism, faith, Freud, Marx, Elvis, Wonder Woman, and Superman.

Our most recent:

CNN’s Redemption Project: Could you forgive your loved-one’s killer?  When someone offends you, do you get even?  Ignore?  Seek to reconcile?  Suppose their offense were killing your loved one or maiming them – or you – for life.  Would you meet with the perpetrator and talk it out?  Van Jones presents compelling, moving, true stories of offenders encountering the offended.  (Short op-ed)

Amazing Grace movie: recording Aretha Franklin’s best-selling album.  After the Queen of Soul’s 2018 death, her family released the long-mothballed 1972 documentary about recording her bestselling album at a Los Angeles church.  Mick Jagger was in Aretha’s church audience.  Critics are raving.  What’s it all about?  (Short op-ed)

Breakthrough movie: Miracle on Ice?  Ever meet someone who died…and lived to tell about it?  Breakthrough tells a startling, back-from-the-brink recovery story that’s sure to leave you scratching your head, even if you don’t share the grateful mom’s faith-miracle conclusions.  (Short op-ed)

Best of Enemies movie: Klan leader, black activist; race, religion, reconciliation.  What happens when you assign a Ku Klux Klan president and a Black civil rights activist – in the racially charged 1971 U.S. South – to collaborate on school desegregation?  Shouting?  Threats?  Violence?  Murder?  Fasten your seatbelts for a wild ride that few back then could have predicted.  (Short op-ed)  Chinese

History Channel’s Jesus TV series: Who was he, really?  He’s one of history’s most controversial personalities.  Was he a good man spreading love and peace?  A rabble-rouser stirring rebellion?  A charlatan deceiving the masses – then and now?  Something else?  History Channel’s series examines Jesus through the eyes of eight contemporary friends and enemies.  (Short op-ed)

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