March 2011

Royal Family Newsletter for West Prusetania

 

 


Greetings, fellow West Prusetanians! We here at the National Newsletter Service are overjoyed that you have decided to purchase this most recent update about your beloved royal family. As always, the NNS has dedicated its most astute investigative journalists to produce a newsletter of unparalleled accuracy and access to even the highest halls of our country's leadership. Without further ado, here's what our heads of state have been up to recently.

Question of the Week: Religious Tolerance

Life is full of uncertainty. To exist is to question, to ponder the mysteries of the universe even when any answer would be little more than conjecture. Perhaps if we approach these quandaries from multiple perspectives we might gain some deeper insight. Maybe we can acquire a purer truth by asking those who differ from us in ways both minor and significant to offer their own understandings.

The question of the week for March 23rd, 2011 is:

Should all world religions respect one another despite their differences?

The Crow's Return North

The parliament was especially good to me this year. Nestor Statue Raven, one of the newer members of the northeastern quorum hailing from some town in Vermont, took me under his wing for the winter. I learned more this year than I ever have before. He taught me some of the High Raven caws so I could understand some of the more esoteric aspects of their meetings and he made me keep a journal for the purposes of personal reflection. It's a habit I intend to keep, so I guess this is my journal for the journey back north.

Question of the Week: Gender Roles

Life is full of uncertainty. To exist is to question, to ponder the mysteries of the universe even when any answer would be little more than conjecture. Perhaps if we approach these quandaries from multiple perspectives we might gain some deeper insight. Maybe we can acquire a purer truth by asking those who differ from us in ways both minor and significant to offer their own understandings.

The question of the week for March 16th, 2011 is:

Are gender roles relevant to 21st century society?

Werewolf Problem in Ashton

We, the remaining people of the village of Ashton, hereby call to order this emergency meeting concerning the recent werewolf-related troubles we have all been experiencing as of late. Though it may be a bit confusing for you to see the lot of us acting as the town counsel, you are no doubt aware of the fact that seven of the nine elected members of the official counsel have either been killed, maimed or driven mad by the werewolf threat, while the other two are currently on business to the city of Wensmouth. Do not be alarmed concerning our friends on business. Though they have been in Wensmouth since shortly after the mass haunting that occurred this past Spring and failed to be given leave from their business during both the zombie outbreak of August and the small vampire issue we experienced in early Autumn, their most recent letter home assures us that they are quite safe and look forward to their eventual return. For now, we nine individuals will shoulder the proud burden of serving as interim counsel during this recent crisis. Please take heed of the following announcements and advisements.

Question of the Week: Are We Really Alone?

Life is full of uncertainty. To exist is to question, to ponder the mysteries of the universe even when any answer would be little more than conjecture. Perhaps if we approach these quandaries from multiple perspectives we might gain some deeper insight. Maybe we can acquire a purer truth by asking those who differ from us in ways both minor and significant to offer their own understandings.

The question of the week for March 9th, 2011 is:

Are we all really alone in the universe?

The Dissatisfied Dormouse

In a church in the city by a puddle-marked street, near a candle on the stand through a hole in the wall, beneath the rattling pipes in the rectory. Shivering strangely though it was heavy-air warm, anticipating something he couldn't foresee. The dormouse of the church house, disappointed, disaffected, dissatisfied with the night in the city. He tumbled from his tiny bed and made his way into the streets.

Question of the Week: Drug Legalization

Life is full of uncertainty. To exist is to question, to ponder the mysteries of the universe even when any answer would be little more than conjecture. Perhaps if we approach these quandaries from multiple perspectives we might gain some deeper insight. Maybe we can acquire a purer truth by asking those who differ from us in ways both minor and significant to offer their own understandings.

The question of the week for March 2nd, 2011 is:

Is it ethical to legalize some or all currently illicit drugs?