Monthly Archives: August 2015

Point Your Rifle To The Ground…And Smile

I am not sure—a hint of thought but not mandating for guarantee, let alone certitude—how to relate to those for whom I consider prompt my “being aghast” an understatement. I’m thinking particularly this morning about those politicians whose purpose, no, … Continue reading

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A Question: The Power of Love…or…the Love of Power?

Hadn’t heard the song in a while, but it brought the message for today. The song? “The Power of Love.” For time since I heard it the query was and now is apt: Do we know the difference between the … Continue reading

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Prayer For Brian

We learned this afternoon, Wednesday, August 19, the Mayo Clinic report on our nephew Brian Duty’s brain cancer. It is Stage 3 Aplastic-Astrocytoma. Treatment will include radiation and chemotherapy, the latter for one year. 28 days between each 5-day treatment. … Continue reading

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Valley of Tears…A Prayer

The wealth of knowledge does not lead to the paucity of caring. The verbiage of prayer is never academic. Living life is not less than knowing whether we live or whether we die, we belong. We belong to God and … Continue reading

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When Peach Cobbler Is Medicine

I’ve never known if I was born left-handed. Not that it makes a difference. I do remember my first baseball glove fit on my right hand. But not in the first week of life. Came across this link [see below] … Continue reading

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Prayers For Brian

Prayers we need, certainly in all circumstances. Particularly now for Brian Duty, age 31. Brian’s mother, Cheryl is my wife Diane’s twin sister. Brian, his brother Paul, Cheryl and Dale live in Manchaca, immediately south of Austin. I had shared … Continue reading

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To Keep A Record Of Wrongs…Is Wrong!

Some. Some with no restraint and lots of ink. Keep a record of wrongs. And. Never forget. Have seen that in the summaries of the political debates. Can you imagine? Former Governor Perry lauded the leadership of President Ronald Raven. … Continue reading

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