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For Better Or For Worst

My eyes glistened this morning…not because of anything I did or didn’t do. No. Rather, because of the linked story below. A prefacing note on why it came to me with such caring force. Have shared it before, but one … Continue reading

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Stopped For Helping

News travels fast. I paid no attention, until as I left the store, after getting some fishing equipment, a manager tugged on my shoulder. Wondered, why? Hadn’t taken anything I didn’t pay for. Had the receipt, actually a double receipt. … Continue reading

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Make Your Day Huggable–For You AND Others

This got my attention, Monday morning, July 16, 2018. Sure, I scanned, Evelyn Wood speed-reading-style, the various headlines, all of which you know about. No comment is best. Then, I came upon this article [below]. It touched me. Really deep. … Continue reading

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The Joyful River

Yes, it is true, in one of my novels the lead character [ahem!] says, “If there’s not fishing in heaven? I am not interested.” Yes, it is fiction, but it does underline my joy in fishing. This past week, my … Continue reading

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The Joyful River

Yes, it is true, in one of my novels the lead character [ahem!] says, “If there’s not fishing in heaven? I am not interested.” Yes, it is fiction, but it does underline my joy in fishing. This past week, my … Continue reading

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Dealing With Panic–Then And Now

I’m not a friend of panic, but I am an acquaintance. Was August, 1968. My two clergy colleagues, Fred Trost and Herb Davis and I went to Lincoln Park. We held flyers that told the Hippies [not their pig nominee … Continue reading

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When Life IS Darkness

So powerful. And, perhaps, for many, not an expected result. When 12 boys and their coach were trapped by flooding waters in a cave. Darkness. No contact, except with each other. The coach, a former monk, kept the boys together. … Continue reading

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