Monthly Archives: October 2014

A Tale of Two Saints

This week is a bittersweet one for me, every year for the past three years. October 28 was the 20th anniversary of the day my beloved husband, Les, and I were married. It was also his birthday. He died 3 … Continue reading

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The Back of God

Moses said, “Show me your glory, I pray.” And he said, “I will make all my goodness pass before you, and will proclaim before you the name, `The LORD’; and I will be gracious to whom I will be gracious, and … Continue reading

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The Lamb’s Psalm

  The One who Is, Was, and Will be—the very Beingness of Being—is my beloved guide and cares for me as a mother for her child. What could I possibly have to worry about? The One brings me to quiet … Continue reading

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Day Nine, Wisdom

To tell you the truth, I don’t feel at all qualified to write about wisdom! I did find a nice quote: “Wisdom is knowledge that is guided by understanding.” I remember recently seeing one that said something like, “Knowledge is … Continue reading

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Day Eight: Understanding

“Any fool can know. The point is to understand.” So spake Albert Einstein. He ought to know, I guess. It is certainly true—no doubt you can attest from your own experience—that it’s far easier to know something than to truly … Continue reading

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Day Seven, Knowledge 

Fill in the blank: The more you know… My brainstorm endings: …the more you can. …the more you grow. …the smarter you get. (Not necessarily true, but a nice outcome.) …the better you can choose. …the better you can do. … Continue reading

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