by John Daily
John Daily took this photo on County Road 1000 West in the heart of the north section of the Hoosier National Forest. John is a software developer and hobbyist photographer with a passion for subjects that don’t care how long it takes to get the right shot. He lives on the far-east side of Indianapolis but may frequently be found haunting the back roads of Indiana in his bright yellow Jeep. See more of his work at http://epep.us.CONTENTS
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Out of the Many, One
What binds us together as one nation?
L. MICHAEL SPATH
To Know the Dark
Winter Solstice rituals to prepare for shorter days.
What Would Jesus Give?
Alternatives for a more joyful Christmas.
Remembering Frederick Douglass
The Peace of Wild Places
‘What we need is here.’
On the Threshold of Personal Transformation
Religion must bring us together or become obsolete.
To the Green Things
Giving Thanks for Thanksgiving
In the Spirit of the Season
A Christmas prescription for holistic health.
ROSE MARY O’MALLEY
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