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An announcement

NOTE:

There have been 25 previous entries at this blog, between November, 2006, and March, 2009.

Dick Bernard's new regular blog, "Thoughts Towards a Better Tomorrow", is found at http://www.outsidethewalls.org/blog. It "opened its doors" March 25, 2009.

Thoughts Towards a Better Tomorrow (Outside the Walls) is frequently updated with no more than one post per day (it currently averages about one post every other day). It includes other writers on assorted topics. Its focus is "a better tomorrow". Its slant is toward readers who are more inclined towards the moderate middle, rather than left or the right. The writers philosophy is described on the "About" page. Under categories, there is an INDEX which lists topics by date. Do visit.

The most important writing at this Venturing blog space are a dozen "Uncomfortable Essays" written between September, 2008, and March, 2009. They remain archived here. With a single exception: the inauguration of President Obama on January 20, 2009, all of the postings at this site since September, 2008, were the Uncomfortable Essays. They are my gift to the large community whose interests are Peace, Justice, the Environment, and Global Cooperation.

On occasion there may be other commentaries at this site, specifically for the communities represented by the Minnesota Alliance of Peacemakers.

Most likely, however, the writing will be at the Outside the Walls blog mentioned above.

I wish us all A Better Tomorrow. The generations following us deserve this gift. We are the ones who must make this happen.

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