Walt Whitman: America’s Homer

Posted on Jun 27, 2019 in Articles & Profiles, Featured, Profiles, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Walt Whitman found in America’s promise a manifestation of human potential, and his age disappointed him as our age disappoints us. I’d like to dine with him in Heaven and he may wear his hat anywhere he likes, inside or out.

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Astrology and Family Patterns: Critical but Largely Ignored

Posted on May 29, 2019 in Articles, Articles & Profiles, Featured | 0 comments

How important is an understanding of family culture to interpreting your own astrological chart, or, if you are an astrological consultant, that of your client?

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Mary Ann Evans (a.k.a. George Eliot) and the Harvest of Experience

Posted on May 19, 2019 in Articles & Profiles, Featured, Profiles | 0 comments

This is the first of two presentations of literary masters from the nineteenth century whose bicentennials are this year. Eliot’s work displays moral vision with a keen sense of the drama of ordinary life.

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Jackie (and Rachel) Robinson: It Takes a Village

Posted on Mar 30, 2019 in Articles & Profiles, Featured, Profiles | 1 comment

This winter was the hundredth anniversary of Robinson’s birth. We look at made for a civil rights champion seventy years ago.

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Pablo Casals: Musician and Activist

Posted on Jan 6, 2019 in Articles & Profiles, Featured, Profiles | 0 comments

Pablo Casals was from an early age a renowned cellist, then a conductor and composer. He is famous for his discovery and performances of Bach’s Unaccompanied Cello Suites. He was from Catalan area of present-day Spain, and he lived during tumultuous times, particularly the Spanish Civil War and its aftermath. He opposed the right-wing campaign and government of Francisco Franco to his dying breath.

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