Monthly Archives: March 2019

Who Is God?

In the coursing of life, walking the human landscape, I’ve held, not always with fervency or consistency, that fidelity and integrity count more than popularity. That doesn’t mean I abandon any tendencies to be accepted. I do, not unlike everyone … Continue reading

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Facing The Storms

Have shared, time and again, how much my three dogs mean to me. Get emotional when thinking of each of them and how they’re more into loving than judging. Really. But. [Ah, the conjunctive BUT which leads to a deeper … Continue reading

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A Shout-Out For Decency

Today he is my Tuesday morning preacher…Tom Ehrich connected in a profound and direct way. He wrote this about the decent life: “— the heart of a decent life isn’t money. It’s morality, justice, kindness, humility — and the other … Continue reading

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A Shout-Out For Decency

Today he is my Tuesday morning preacher…Tom Ehrich connected in a profound and direct way. He wrote this about the decent life: “— the heart of a decent life isn’t money. It’s morality, justice, kindness, humility — and the other … Continue reading

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Today’s Blog: Live In The 4th Year

I heard about the fig tree this morning in worship—the Luke 13 Gospel lesson, about a tree that bore no fruit for three years, would be given a 4th year. In that year fertilizer would be provided, even more thorough … Continue reading

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Standing In A Shaft of Light

The Facebook told this: “’Like an angel/standing in a shaft of light.’ Estimated Prophet/Grateful Dead. In honor of the beautiful 10-year-old soul who ascended yesterday. Doc PJ and I will play our best spirituals at Ridge Street Wine 6-9 tonight … Continue reading

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The Best Kind Of People…

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Be Afraid Of Not Living

I’m a collector—no surprise here if you follow any of my blogs—of positive one-liners. They’re better than my best sermon. Yes, that’s self-judgment, but stick with me a moment. I won’t do the one-liner litany, but a new one was … Continue reading

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A Well-Lived Hyphen Wears #50

This Saturday I will help family and friends celebrate the lives of two ladies. They are related to each other, but have distance in the pattern of their living. Nothing wrong with that. One of the affirmations will be to … Continue reading

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How We Are Restored

“I believe in all of us and the role we can play in Alex’s fight because I believe in the healing properties of community, family, and the psychologically restorative powers of knowing that you’re cared for. Together, we can show … Continue reading

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