Monthly Archives: January 2016

THE OTHER DAY

While I was meditating the other day I thought about cogitating,   And I wondered: “Was I cogitating as I was meditating?”   My dictionary does not suggest that they vary much.   But I know this: that meditation is … Continue reading

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GOD

Recently astronomers told us that they “discovered” a new planet in our solar system – a big one and far, far away.   They cannot see it but they “know” it is there because there are satellites which they can … Continue reading

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THE SUNSET

I often wonder when I see the sun go down when was it that the first man observed that it didn’t?   Had I lived long ago I don’t believe I ever would have noted such not being smart enough … Continue reading

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AMEN!

So much will happen in the world today. So much agenda for the one who prays. I’ll get on my knees but do not plan to stay.   I’ll try this: “Lift up your eyes unto the hills Possibly I’ll … Continue reading

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SO SAFE HERE

It feels so safe here behind gates securing spaces of this village inhabited by folks whose aging selves prefer to dwell where help is near.   Time’s unfolding often pressures those of accumulated years to steer toward places that harbor … Continue reading

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LITTLE DISAPPOINTMENT

I didn’t do much today but didn’t much want to so that was OK.   Most days I don’t want to do much so if I don’t then that’s OK.   I guess it’s good that desire fades somewhat or … Continue reading

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A SONNET WHILE THINKING IN MY OUTDOOR RECLINER

I recline in my recliner often — the one that fits my body to a tee. I think that it would make a splendid coffin. Lying in it I get so happily sleepy.   Oh that I could leave the … Continue reading

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MAPLE LEAVES

The maple leaves fell – and the maple leaves dried up — and the maple leaves joined in clusters and the wind blew them over the asphalt and the maple leaves scratched the asphalt and I could hear them in … Continue reading

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ISN’T IT AMAZING?

Scientist generally agree that time and space converged some thirteen billion years ago to begin what was begun and that our lives are but a brief flicker in the annals of time’s unfolding.   There are those who find it … Continue reading

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INSPECTING

I’ve been doing some inspecting of my expecting – that is, I am probing into some of my ancient days wondering when I began to think BIG – to think about what I might do with my life some day. … Continue reading

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