"Careers Unlimited," by Harold Rogers from the March 2, 1963 issue of the Christian Science Sentinel
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Wednesday Readings & Research
New Orleans skyline
Oak Trees with Mardi Gras debris
on St. Charles Avenue
"Simeon in the Temple" - Rembrandt 1669
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"Jacob and the Angel" - Rembrandt 1659 (Public Domain)
"Jael and Sisera" - Amigoni (1682-1752)
"The Defeat of Sennacherib" - Peter Paul Rubens - 1612-1614 (Public Domain)
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Ever wonder why the flame of a candle, match, or light doesn't cast a shadow? A shadow is created when light is blocked; and it is an optical illusion to think the flame is solid enough to block light and cast a shadow. If there is enough carbon-soot produced, then perhaps some of the light would be blocked.