Monthly Archives: December 2018

Police Flash Mob

Y’all know what I think about police. A week after I was ordained, was pulled over in Chicago. I had more than fudged through a yellow signal light. Got out and said, “Officer, I realize I ran a red light.” … Continue reading

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Called To Decency

Today, Friday, December 28, 2018, Tom Ehrich touched me, graced my life and encouraged my day. I consider it more than a call to be human. I consider it a call to be decent. My DNA has benefited so very … Continue reading

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The Voice of Rivers

This morning, December 27, 2018, as one year closes and another about to open, I think of rivers. The practical part of this is I’m scheduled to be on a river with my wonderful guide, Zorba the Greek, in mid-January. … Continue reading

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Angels With Us–Christmas Day Message

Christmas Day. 2018. About to become 2019. But not today. I just sent out this “angel reality” to folk. One returned the favor to say, “You are always on my side.” I thought about that. What a classic consideration/definition of … Continue reading

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Don’t Turn Out Your Light

At first I thought he was a comedian. Never heard him before. Driving to a hospital—either in Akron or Cleveland, the main hospitals from my church in Hudson, Ohio, I listened. Not sure of the date, but it was after … Continue reading

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No Time For Being Unhinged

First and foremost, I’m not an authority. But I am someone who has concerns about an unhinged President Trump. Background to this reflection. I didn’t serve in the military, but if I had been drafted I would have served as … Continue reading

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An Angel Sings To Me

I would have married her. Don’t worry or scheme for a church or a chapel. I would have married her right there on the stage. Ah, back story prompts my morning, a Friday morning, a tad more than a week … Continue reading

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