Tag Archives: Kahlil Gibran

Marriage: valuing difference

I am an identical twin. Whenever people see my brother and me together, usually the first reaction is to express how similar we look and act. People, it seems, naturally start with what appears to unite us and make us … Continue reading

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Resonance in marriage: a wedding day sermon

The afternoon we first arrived at the Bed and Breakfast on the shores of western Newfoundland, I headed straight for the beach. I didn’t know it was high tide when I saw several meters off shore a couple of large … Continue reading

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Marriage is a dance

Dear couple, You took ballroom dancing a while ago. And quite a few times this experience came up in our conversations. So much in the image of dancing relates to the couple relationship in marriage. If you can hold the … Continue reading

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