Monthly Archives: May 2012

Coping with Tragedy

We have so much time.  No, we don’t.  A wrong way to consider our day and our life and our living.  I would rather put it this way: We only have so much time. Which is the deeper truth.  Why?  … Continue reading

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Tragedy visited…and experienced…

To say I winced at this news is an understatement.  No, I didn’t know Marina Keegan, but the news of her death and the writings she shared touch me deeply…as I’m sure for each of you.  I share the Yahoo.com … Continue reading

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Shatter The Darkness

This is not new.  And it won’t be old.  It will always be now:  the plethora of bad news.  To narrate briefly from Yahoo this morning, Tuesday, May 29, 2012: Deadly earthquake strikes Italy At least 10 people were killed … Continue reading

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An Invitation Extended: Walk Down Your Own Memory Lane

Sunday’s been quite a day…and it’s still running.  First, the imaging of water from this morning’s worship. Then this afternoon Diane and I watched “Moneyball,” the film about the Oakland Athletics and the wonderful acting of Brad Pitt as he … Continue reading

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The Most Important Moment in Our Lives

Water.  Think of the images and/or events that appear. I did this morning, following the pastor’s words that our Baptism is the most significant event in our life, two pitchers of water were emptied into the Baptismal Font with the … Continue reading

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Those to admire and respect

Whom do you admire?  Or even deeper, respect?  Or, wish you could be that way? Many have blessed my life, but one connected today for whom I have the highest regard.  I thought of him recently and have his e-mail, … Continue reading

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Naming your father…more than that.

I know it’s not funny, but I laughed anyway.  Well, more of a smile.  It was a Yahoo.com article about “famous people” who graduated from Harvard 50 years ago.  The one who will not attend the 50th reunion lists as … Continue reading

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