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The Daily Channel

TWA: Travel With Angels

Back in the glamour days of airline travel, my Mom, Cecelia, was a stewardess with Trans World Airlines. The love of her life had been killed in the war, the big one, WWII, so she took to the skies to find joy in living again. There at TWA, she met my Dad, Bob, who would become the lead mechanic at Chicago’s O’Hare Airport,

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Celestial September Big BirthdayLove

I’ve been honored to be called ‘an honorary Jew’ by many of my friends, with a birthday falling, as it often does, amidst the Jewish New Year season. Funny, yesterday a non-observant friend said, ‘Shouldn’t you be in Temple?’ I had to explain, ‘I’m a Catholic girl, and a Eucharistic Minister even, but isn’t it all the same? I mean, didn’t Catholics start out as Jews?!’

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Football Intelligence (FBI)– Roar of the Jets

Guys usually scoff at words like ‘intuitive’, but not on GameDay. Tune into any great quarterback. It’s as if they have eyes in the back of their heads, the way they sense hits coming from behind. New England’s Tom Brady, for example. Even Greg Gumbel on CBS was waxing poetic last Sunday, ‘What intuitive feeling by Brady to duck the blindside hit…’

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Game Plan For Miracles

People are feeling their stuff, and feeling it deeply. But beyond that-‘ Is there something else going on?’ People keep asking me, because I’m tuned in, and have something of a track record on these issues. ‘Is it the change of weather? ‘ – people ask. That’s a very good question.

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G2 on The Flu

Have you been feeling lousy lately? It may actually be a good thing…but like many things that turn out good, it doesn’t feel so good at the time…anyway, I’ve learned something about the flu, or whatever it is going around this season.

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Viva la Revolution…

Comes word from across the Atlantic, French President Nicolas Sarkozy is asking world leaders to join a ‘revolution’…Sarkozy wants happiness used as economic indicator

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The Beach and 10/11: Don’t Worry – (Being Happy)

Instead of a perfect sunny 2001 September day, 9/11 happened this year on the rainy grey Friday that re-arranged the beach,. Alot of folks who were here when the Towers fell were surprisingly set back again this year, like the pain broke thru all the years of healing. This break-thru sadness was a phenomenon I took note of, to let people know, to provide comfort, in case they felt unusually set back too. If you felt that way, you’re not alone.

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