Tag Archives: Lois Lowry

A Grandson, And “Son”

Hey, readers and followers, I just wanted to check in and apologize for my lack of posts over the past month or so. My co-worker took a three-week vacation, which has resulted in more hours for me, and at one … Continue reading

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The Making of a Perfect World, Part 2: The Giver

The Giver by Lois Lowry “We don’t dare let people make choices of their own…We really have to protect people from wrong choices.” In my previous article, I talked about Utopia by Sir Thomas More and the concept of utopian … Continue reading

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The Making of a Perfect World, Part 1: Utopia

Utopia by Sir Thomas More “The source of happiness is much disputed, among all people, in Utopia.” – Thomas More   “They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.” – … Continue reading

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A Story of the Danish Resistance and its role in saving the Jews: Number the Stars

Number the Stars by Lois Lowry The Lord is rebuilding Jerusalem; he gathers in the scattered sons of Israel. It is he who heals the broken in spirit and binds up their wounds, he who numbers the stars one by … Continue reading

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