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MY FRIENDS CAN READ IT FOR FREE (Excerpt 44 from THE HARVEST of REASON) Since John had joined their research group, Maddie had been thrown into his company almost constantly. READ MORE

(If you’re here for the first time check out excerpts 1-43 in earlier Blogs )   Since John had joined their research group, Maddie had been thrown into his company almost constantly. They had been up to Hancock and Arlington … Continue reading

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MY FRIENDS CAN READ IT FOR FREE (Excerpt 43 from THE HARVEST of REASON) John was sitting across the desk from Dr. Gates in his office. The older man leaned forward over his desk, a puzzled look on his face. “John, I don’t understand this, they called me from North Carolina for your reference. I gave you a very good one.” READ MORE

(If you’re here for the first time check out excerpts 1-42 in earlier Blogs )   Chapter 12 …until, like Jacob, thou forsake thine outward eyes, thou shalt never open the eye of thine inward being… The Seven Valleys   … Continue reading

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MY FRIENDS CAN READ IT FOR FREE (Excerpt 42 from THE HARVEST of REASON) Half an hour later John was in the den, methodically flipping through channels with the remote control. It was a magnificent room, a perfect blend of plaid, leather and wood. The walls were festooned with African art. He was smart enough to know it was an impressive collection. READ MORE

(If you’re here for the first time check out excerpts 1-41 in earlier Blogs ) Half an hour later John was in the den, methodically flipping through channels with the remote control. It was a magnificent room, a perfect blend … Continue reading

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MY FRIENDS CAN READ IT FOR FREE (Excerpt 41 from THE HARVEST of REASON) John was loitering on the patio outside the huge kitchen-family room. It was actually a terrace, which was connected by steps and stretches of patio to at least three sides of the Hawkins house. READ MORE

(If you’re here for the first time check out excerpts 1-40 in earlier Blogs ) John was loitering on the patio outside the huge kitchen-family room. It was actually a terrace, which was connected by steps and stretches of patio … Continue reading

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MY FRIENDS CAN READ IT FOR FREE (Excerpt 40 from THE HARVEST of REASON) After Lisa’s Master’s defense they threw her the usual party in the grad office. Lisa, Savannah and Jean were the last ones left when three other guys drifted out into the hallway. READ MORE

(If you’re here for the first time check out excerpts 1-39 in earlier Blogs ) On the way back from his job interview in North Carolina John flew into Chicago’s O’Hare airport. He had done the unthinkable, and called Mr. Hawkins from … Continue reading

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WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH – Molecular Geneticist Barbara McClintock, one of “The Paradigm Shifters” of Science

Molecular Geneticist Barbara McClintock, one of “The Paradigm Shifters” of Science [1] In 1912 a Middle Eastern traveler to the United States by the name of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá made some farsighted pronouncements concerning the role of women. He had spent his … Continue reading

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MY FRIENDS CAN READ IT FOR FREE (Excerpt 39 from THE HARVEST of REASON) After Lisa’s Master’s defense they threw her the usual party in the grad office. Lisa, Savannah and Jean were the last ones left when three other guys drifted out into the hallway. READ MORE

(If you’re here for the first time check out excerpts 1-38 in earlier Blogs ) After Lisa’s Master’s defense they threw her the usual party in the grad office. Lisa, Savannah and Jean were the last ones left when three other guys … Continue reading

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WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH – Marine Biologist Rachel Carson, one of “The Paradigm Shifters” of Science

Marine Biologist Rachel Carson, one of “The Paradigm Shifters” of Science [1] In 1912 a Middle Eastern traveler to the United States by the name of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá made some farsighted pronouncements concerning the role of women. He had spent his … Continue reading

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MY FRIENDS CAN READ IT FOR FREE (Excerpt 38 from THE HARVEST of REASON) Maddie opened the envelope with the beautiful Malawi stamps right away. She was surprised to hear from Dr. Mgoro after so many years. READ MORE

(If you’re here for the first time check out excerpts 1-37 in earlier Blogs ) Chapter 11  …yea, physicians have no medicine for one sick of love, unless the favor of the beloved one deliver him. The Seven Valleys Maddie opened the … Continue reading

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WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH – Pioneer Primatologist Diane Fossey, one of “The Paradigm Shifters” of Science

Pioneer Primatologist Diane Fossey, one of “The Paradigm Shifters” of Science [1] In 1912 a Middle Eastern traveler to the United States by the name of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá made some farsighted pronouncements concerning the role of women. He had spent his … Continue reading

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