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Date Posted: 20:27:16 01/28/09 Wed
Author: Alma Ippolito Walshak
Subject: Re: Tom Huebner -
In reply to: Ned Depew 's message, "Tom Huebner -" on 19:34:19 05/08/07 Tue

Mr Huebner, I don't know if you remember me but I, Alma Ippolito Walshak, was in both your English and Comparative Religion classes in junior high. I remember the great discussions we had in class and also your emphasizing "always ask WHY, WHY WHY!". Unfortunately I left Scarborough after my freshman year but I do have very fond memories of my years there. I hope you and your family are doing well. How did you end up in Vermont???
Alma Ippolito Walshak>

Tom -
>so good that you found your way here. That's the most
>frustrating part, knowing there are so many
>Scarboroughites out there and that they haven't yet
>found this...
>I well remember your "Comparative Religion" class, up
>on the second floor in the classroom next to the
>Library. You not only held the attention of a
>classroom full of rambunctious kids on the verge of
>adolescence, but you even managed to teach us
>something. I'm still one of the few people in any
>conversation who can explain what "Zoarastrianism" is
>- not that the subject comes up all that often!
>Knowing about Zen Buddhism before the "Beats," and
>being able to differentiate between Mahiyana and
>Hinyana Buddhism, and understand what differentiates
>Confucianism from Taoism gave me a big leg upin the
>But the class was a first for me - the first time I
>consciously realised I was being asked to think for
>myself - that we weren't looking for "right" or
>"wrong" answers, but rather for understanding. It was
>Thanks for that!

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