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A Careful Walk

A day begun in seeking wisdom, lived in deliberate thoughtfulness and reflected on with genuine gratitude has a very good chance of being a very good day! Continue reading

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Through All These Days

We found we could not stay
in that Eden

but believed that Free Will
was worth the tilling of thorns and thistles.
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Two Degrees of Mercy

When nature rages, there are some who are spared and some who are not. While we rejoice in being spared, we should also be aware of those who were not. Continue reading

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Blessing in the Messing

Can you find the blessing in your mess? Sometimes, the very thing we don’t want is the best thing that could happen… Continue reading

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Reflections on a Winter’s Night

A three-quarter moon at the half point of night throws its bright light across the frozen grass. I walk out past the concrete sidewalk into the shadows of the birches crumpled on the leaves and small broken branches. A northwestern … Continue reading

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Answers

No matter how little or how much we accomplish in life, it’s the answers to just two questions that matters. Continue reading

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God’s Will

“This is God’s will.” The words carry such weight, such strength, such power. Sometimes they are spoken from the desire to comfort, sometimes from the urge to afflict. Sometimes they soothe the spirit, ease the aching heart. Sometimes they provoke … Continue reading

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