Monthly Archives: April 2017

HUNGER

You had a great meal last night. And folks not far away were hungry.   You often eat very well while there are beggars nearby.   It has been that way all your life.   You think about it once … Continue reading

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WAY BACK WHEN

I wish I wasn’t “one of them” but I’m afraid I am – afraid I have joined those folks who claim many decades and who often congregate where I live – not necessarily to celebrate their years but to live … Continue reading

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WHAT DOES MY DREAM MEAN?

I was leading a worship service.   I began to talk about prayer.   A man wheeled a vacuum cleaner into the sanctuary and plugged it in.   Its sound was very intrusive and my voice could not compete.   … Continue reading

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DOWN-SIZING

With pliers I pull out the nails passed through picture hooks which held the wires attached to frames that surround our art and “oh so many memories”. Sadness passes through me with each pull and there is little I can … Continue reading

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ONE OF MY PROBLEMS

I chastise my mind on occasion for going where it goes without my leading.   For instance: Why do I wonder why the expression “pain in the neck” came to be a well-used expression along with “pain in the butt” … Continue reading

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