Monthly Archives: December 2013

INSIDE OF ME

  Down somewhere inside of me I see so much that pleases me, but there are things I’m not especially fond of.  Oh, I could be one who avoids  the looking, for  I won’t sing   about some things, or … Continue reading

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TWO BROTHERS

He  often shines  his light when there is darkness — overcomes the many trials that come. He’s known as one who overcomes distress. No matter how his life assails him, he’s not undone.   He has a brother who exalts … Continue reading

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THE BEST FUN

The best fun was when all the presents were opened and their wrappings were gathered together near the fireplace and they looked like a pile of leaves which were jumped into and scattered by three children making joyful sounds and … Continue reading

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THE DAY BEFORE

‘Tis the day before the night before Christmas.   So much hype around me.   I’m not the type to be easily moved but I find my mind reluctantly but definitely responds — at least to some of it.   … Continue reading

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DOWNSIZING

This is how he went at it: “When in doubt throw it out!”   But she demurred: “I’m not sure”. ‘Maybe some day”. “Oh, I don’t think so”. Let’s wait awhile.”   Anyway they survived and they lived “happily ever … Continue reading

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LIFE’S CORNERS

There are times when your life comes to a corner and you turn and go another way. Sometimes imposed by circumstance — sometimes planned you change what you were doing. Your footsteps fall upon another path. Your new way of … Continue reading

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INSIDE OF ME

Down somewhere inside of me I see so much that pleases me, but there are things I’m not especially fond of.  Oh, I could be one who avoids  the looking, for  I won’t sing   about some things, or even … Continue reading

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WITHOUT SEEING MUCH

I came away from walking without seeing much.   It wasn’t any darkness that impaired my sight.   It was my whirling thoughts about so many things I’ll not delineate .   Most were trivial –perhaps all.   I didn’t … Continue reading

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THE INEFFABLE

  I think about the ineffable most days — but it’s mostly about time and space — about the fact that I cannot conceive either of their beginnings or endings. I’m completely baffled as I have been all my life. … Continue reading

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JUST BECAUSE YOU CAN

“Just because you can, you must” suggests Kathy Butler, is the mantra of our current  medical community.   In her book: Knocking on Heaven’s Door she argues there is over-kill in treating those who wish to die and can’t because … Continue reading

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