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Nowhere is Safe: The Crossroads of Tragedy and Freedom at the World Trade Center

Nowhere is Safe: The Crossroads of Tragedy and Freedom at the World Trade Center

This post comes to us from Heather Strong Moore. I was a freshman in college on 9/11. We were in morning chapel when the first tower was hit, and we came upstairs to the cafeteria in time for the big screen TV to show the second tower fall. It seemed like a movie, none of […]

Reflections from the 73rd Floor

Reflections from the 73rd Floor

We were all affected by the tragedy of September 11, 2001 in some way, regardless of where we were living at the time. As you might suspect, a number of us at Mockingbird were living in Manhattan; some of us even experienced the tragedy through our concern for individuals and/or loved ones who were working […]

Repost: Fathers, Sons, and the Reformation, Part II

Repost: Fathers, Sons, and the Reformation, Part II

“…Go forth into the world, there thou wilt learn what poverty is. But as thou hast not a bad heart, and as I mean well by thee, there is one thing I will grant thee; if thou fallest into any difficulty, come to the forest and cry, “Iron John,” and then I will come and […]

Fathers, Sons, and the Reformation Part II

Fathers, Sons, and the Reformation Part II

“…Go forth into the world, there thou wilt learn what poverty is. But as thou hast not a bad heart, and as I mean well by thee, there is one thing I will grant thee; if thou fallest into any difficulty, come to the forest and cry, “Iron John,” and then I will come and […]

Pearls Before Swine

Pearls Before Swine

Below is a post from our good friend Lauren Larkin. Enjoy! (click here to see the bigger cartoon.) I simply love this cartoon. It wasn’t until late last year (2007) that I happened to read “Pearls Before Swine” and fell in love with it instantly. How could you not? Stephan Pastis is brilliant. Here, in […]