January February 2017 Mayflower Madame Issue

Posted by on Dec 15, 2016 in News, THE MAGAZINE | 1 comment

January February 2017 Mayflower Madame Issue

A magazine is like a movie production company. Behind the story the reader gets to enjoy, is another untold story and on occasion it is even more interesting and compelling. The SYDNEY BIDDLE BARROWS story took over six months to put together. The idea came from watching a movie about the MAYFLOWER and then asking the question, “Whatever happened to …..?” Contact was made, discussions were had, and finally the interview was done.
Sydney Barrows, is the kind of person who is composed, classy, and has a presence of mind when the roof caves in. She is the epitome of grace under fire. Not for that reason alone her story is noteworthy. What followed her crises involved courage, resourcefulness, and commitment. What happened to her in a moment in time would define the rest of her life. And at the end of her telling us the story, well dare I say it, we had become friends.
GORDON HOGG has been in politics his entire life. It is difficult for all politicians to reveal themselves without concern for their public image. Hogg has taken the risk in telling his compassionate story. It is our hope he will continue to contribute his writings to METANOIA as he moves on from his job as a politician. Over time we have come to know him and like him. He has completed his thesis for a Ph.D. His studies in politics and leadership will contribute to our understanding of how things work from the inside.
Rod Lamirand continues to enthral us with stories about his journeys as a teacher. The cultures he immersed himself into were for him both educational and life threatening, and therefore his story is a most worthy read.
Boudreaux is a professor of economics at George Mason University, and in this issue for those who care to be people of knowledge, he presents a list of must know economists.
A heart attack is not a funny thing, unless it happens to Hank Leis. Read the RANT to get a laugh.

 

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