Monthly Archives: July 2015

A light-gift contemplation

The distant sun finding purchase through cracks in the clouds, Light filtered through earth-bound trees streaming across the plane onto my space. Our space.    This distant, constant, sun gives peace and stillness so all that is uncertain, in anguish … Continue reading

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Planting chestnut seeds

“Once upon a time a king was strolling through the forest and he saw an old man, a poor man, bent over a furrow. He walked up to him and saw that he was planting seeds for chestnut trees. He … Continue reading

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Marriage: for the heavy-haul

“For if they fall, one will lift up the other” (Ecclesiastes 4:10) On the journey of life, how well we do depends on with whom we travel. And how well we travel together. I like the name of your business … Continue reading

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