Monthly Archives: May 2019

Everyone Has A Voice

Life today. Lots of whining and moaning. Lots of clenched fists and tirading. Lots of blaming and cursing and holding people to their past…the verbal prisons that bring solitariness. I know that. You know that. Then. She said, “Everyone has … Continue reading

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A Child Is Hurt

I didn’t see the child. Television cameras didn’t go there. A good thing. It was the 4th inning of the Cubs/Astros game in Houston on Wednesday night. Albert Amora, Cubs’ hitter, smashed a wicked line drive into the stands. He … Continue reading

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Finding The Best Place

It got my attention. More than for a moment. Yes, in the midst of news articles this morning…about Trump and Democrats bashing Biden, about Trump wanting to retrofit new aircraft carriers, about a New Mexico Mayor stopping the private construction … Continue reading

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An Incredible Journey–The First Step…

Life ebbs and it flows. There are bumps and there is flat coursing along the human journey. I’ve mentioned this Heart of Texas scholarship award winner in a previous blog…she took the time, at my invitation, to share about her … Continue reading

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Considering A Personal Scorecard

What Scorecard counts? My “Saturday Preacher,” Art Johnson, shared this, a commentary by Warren Buffett on how we live. Personally, in ordained ministry, I know, deeper than I can define, how much of the journey is factored by the opinion … Continue reading

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Popularity of Hate–Self-Reflective

One of my favorite novel lines—novel as in manuscript not in uniqueness—is from Peter DeVries, “Down deep he’s shallow.” That has mileage. And usability. For two years and counting that description fits most residents of elected office, the Primary One … Continue reading

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The Doors In Life and the Butterflies In Living

Each day. Can be a gift. Can be “oh, no, more of the same old.” What I figure, expression of experience, no day is fully redundant. Each day has its own realities. Not reality but realities. Sure. There are themes … Continue reading

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