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Peninsula Peace & Justice Dec. 10

Wed, Dec 10, 2014

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PPJ meeting Wednesday December 10 Blue Hill Library 6:30 pm; everyone invited to participate


suggested items for discussion (please add), and announcements

1. Peace on Earth banners going up in Deer Isle and Brooksville maybe; painting workshop
2. Contributions to PPJ and thank you
3. Followup on visits of Alice Rothchild and Lily Yeh; dvds available
4. Invitation to sign on to New England BDS letter
5. Films suggestions and planning

Bayard Rustin
The Lab
Anita
Beyond the Divide

6. Followup on Brian Arsenault, Field of Flags
7. Annual contribution to Blue Hill Library






One Response to “Peninsula Peace & Justice Dec. 10”

  1. sbenson58 Says:
    I look forward to our excellent meeting.
    Steve
    PS
    From a message sent by our state psychological association's interim member of the American Psychological Association's council to the state association's listserve, this headline from Huffington Post:

    On Tue, Dec 9, 2014 at 7:13 PM, Judy_Robbins <Judy@robbinsandrobbins.com> wrote:

    PPJ meeting Wednesday December 10 Blue Hill Library 6:30 pm; everyone invited to participate

    suggested items for discussion (please add), and announcements
    1. Peace on Earth banners going up in Deer Isle and Brooksville maybe; painting workshop
    2. Contributions to PPJ and thank you
    3. Followup on visits of Alice Rothchild and Lily Yeh; dvds available
    4. Invitation to sign on to New England BDS letter
    5. Films suggestions and planning
    Bayard Rustin
    The Lab
    Anita
    Beyond the Divide
    6. Followup on Brian Arsenault, Field of Flags
    7. Annual contribution to Blue Hill Library


    Steve Benson, POBox 1257, Blue Hill, ME 04614

    The beginning of love is the will to let those we love be perfectly themselves, the resolution not to twist them to fit our own image. If in loving them we do not love what they are, but only their potential likeness to ourselves, then we do not love them: we only love the reflection of ourselves we find in them.

     

    Thomas Merton

    No Man Is an Island