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Blaming Or Dancing–You Choose

I am tired. I am tired of “the era of blaming.” The prompter of this is I do not need to hear any more pointing to others as “the problem.” Trump is wearing. Many politicians join rank. So very much … Continue reading

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Value In Empty Nets

Friends everywhere, There are times when Art Johnson is my best preacher. He so nails the deeper truth. I think he owns a company that makes lemonade! I shared that I fished two days without even a hint there was … Continue reading

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One-Liners for Today and Tomorrow and …

You know I love one-liners. For a lonnnnnng time. Like these: Spell wine without an H. Die young as late as possible. Friendship is the best ship. Do good well. Down deep don’t be shallow. The wind found its voice. … Continue reading

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One-Liners for Today and Tomorrow and…

You know I love one-liners. For a lonnnnnng time. Like these: Spell wine without an H. Die young as late as possible. Friendship is the best ship. Do good well. Down deep don’t be shallow. The wind found its voice. … Continue reading

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When Pitching Gets Messed Up

I have not lived life inoffensively. How’s that for starters? No, this won’t be a litany of sins, evidence of waywardness. Rather, it’s a “drill” on what happens when you are competitive. Shorthand, that means sports. Of course, my NFL … Continue reading

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Back To Why–Deeper For Each Of Us

Never a doubt how important friends are. In specific ways to take my thoughts and deepen and expand them. A few days ago I wrote about how “Why?” has little value. My dear, dear friend, Mike Murray—Presbyterian Minister and consultant … Continue reading

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Dealing With Death

Megan Renae Parker is a special friend. She’s a member of the Congregational Church of Mercer Island where I served as their interim minister for a year. She sings soprano and I have never met a perfect angel, but if … Continue reading

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