Monthly Archives: March 2010

… you will weep and mourn while the world rejoices.

“You will grieve, but your grief will turn to joy.”  John 16:20 I have been sad for a variety of reasons— several friends who are seriously ill, others who are dying, friends who are in between things in life and … Continue reading

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An Act of Soliciting… from Life

“… mindful of the whole body of writing from which the extract comes, and equally attuned to life: the city, the street, other [hu]men[s].” Continue reading

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A Calling into the World – engineers

The Sons of Mary “have cast their burden upon the Lord, and – the
Lord He lays it on Martha’s Sons!”

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God is a pink-orange plant, hanging onto a concrete wall

A powerful plant this one, hanging on to a concrete wall. Without moving, it loosened my hold enough to shake loose the stuckness, once again. Continue reading

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God Rides the Bus

There is such a thing a being in relationship with people we don’t know, mostly by the fact that we are in the same place at the same time. Such “relationships” are some what optional, that is we may notice … Continue reading

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Tonasket, the dog

…in the street, actually at the beach, that is where I found God this morning. Blazer was this wonderfully well behaved dog who for ten years accompanied his human, Allen, every where Allen went. To the Richmond Beach Coffee Company, … Continue reading

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