Category Archives: faith
Ponder- to think about carefully; to weigh in the mind with thoroughness;to reflect or consider deeply “..but Mary kept all these things and pondered them in her heart.”* Righteous and young, pure of heart, free of touch/ … Continue reading
It was not a silent night/ There was blood on the ground/You could hear a woman cry/In the alleyways that night/On the streets on David’s town And the stable was not clean/And the cobblestones were cold/And little Mary full of … Continue reading
“People love in their own way..” It was a quiet rebuke. Seemingly defensive. Unmistakably disapproving. But quiet nonetheless. And being spoken to in such a manner has a powerful shock-to-the-system effect on me that must be very similar to … Continue reading
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So, okay. It’s eating disorder awareness week, right? True, some disorders/afflictions/ diseases are honored with a month-long dedication, but we’ll take what we can get. In some parts of the country, organizations are gearing up for marathon walks to increase … Continue reading
As children, our ideas of God and heaven are delicate but supple buds. Our roots are thirsty and malleable, our immature leaves striated with whimsy and wish. One of my sons is looking forward to the afterlife as an existence … Continue reading