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when “be still” means “get off your keister”

It is a scene we’ve all read or saw in the movie Prince of Egypt, or The Ten Commandments with Charleston Heston, or that Exodus movie with Batman, or countless other animated versions for kids. Moses and the people of Israel are standing at the edge of the River and Pharaoh and his army are… Continue reading when “be still” means “get off your keister”

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that the future may learn from the past

That’s the slogan of Colonial Williamsburg Foundation – an organization that runs a living museum, which mostly means people get to dress up in britches and waistcoats and wigs and corsets and tell stories about the Brits. “There is no future until we settle our past” – another great quote, this time from the Chronicles… Continue reading that the future may learn from the past