Monthly Archives: January 2014

January’s Passing

Even memory seems dulled
by the constant cold;
did the snows start in November
or was it even before that
this year? Continue reading

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Ice in Atlanta

What happens when ice and snow suddenly show up in a Southern city? Chaos, misfortune and massive opportunity for others to ridicule. Might be that empathy would be a better response… Continue reading

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The Aftermath of Tragedy

I think that deep down, a lot of us wish God would “guide” every decision we make so that we would always make perfect ones and life would be blissful and we’d never screw up and things would be just perfect. Continue reading

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The Touch of God

A woman, a man with Down’s syndrome and a Wal-mart cashier provide an almost worshipful experience on a mundane trip to the store on a cold night. Continue reading

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A Bit Breezy

The sound of a large piece of metal roofing slamming into a door at fifty miles-an-hour can sure get your attention in a hurry! Continue reading

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In All Things

How missing one day of class changed the entire course of my life… Continue reading

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A Hint of Consideration

A trucker’s Jake Brakes got me to thinking early this morning about how easy it is for us to become so absorbed with our own interests and activity that we fail to take time to think about how a particular thing might affect others. Continue reading

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