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Looking ahead, the new year and beyond

There’s something about a new year that invites a reckoning.  We want to understand what has happened, we want to imagine what might lie ahead, and we make commitments to change ad do differently.  How successful we are at these surely varies, but that won’t stop us from peering into the tea leaves.

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Google discovers that kids foresee a bright, happy future

Last year, we asked young artists across the US to create a doodle about what they see for the future. Congratulations to Sarah Harrison from Connecticut in the 10th – 12th grade group on being named the National Finalist of the 2016-17 Doodle 4 Google Contest for her doodle “A Peaceful Future”.

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Reasons for hope in 2017

Many people, stressed by the election and the seeming endless stream of beloved-celebrity deaths were happy to see the backside of 2016. And yet, 2017 doesn’t seem to be offering much joy. Religion Dispatches, though, is offering Ten Tendrils of Hope for 2017; an article with concrete foundations for hopeful action.

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