To read Ruth Whippman’s NY Times op-ed on mother-daughter guilt DZ reads from, go here. For more information about the happiness/wellbeing studies that are cited in the sermon, click here.
To read the full John Fitzgerald Page exchange, click here. To read Erin Callan’s column for The NY Times, “Is There Life After Work?”, click here. To read the excerpt from Mary Karr’s Cherry, click here.
A couple of the resources mentioned in the sermon: To read all about “The Harsh, Hopeful Ballad of Urban Meyer”, click here. To watch the footage of the Ridgeway trial, go here.
You can read/view most of the Calvin and Hobbes comics referenced in the sermon by clicking here. The quote from George Eliot’s “Janet’s Repentance” is: “Perhaps he had some message of comfort, different from the feeble words she had been used to hear from others. She was tired, she was sick of that barren exhortation […]
A few of the resources mentioned in the sermon: Ross Douthat’s “Loss of the Innocents” column from The NY Times. Charles Dickens’ Christmas novella “The Haunted Man”. The first episode of NBC’s Parenthood that was referenced is called “Everything Is Not Okay” and you can download it from iTunes by clicking here. The second episode […]
A couple of the illustrations referenced in the sermon include: Poem 816 – Emily Dickinson A Death blow is a Life blow to Some Who till they died, did not alive become– Who had they lived, had died but when They died, Vitality begun.
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