Tag Archives: salt

Why? To melt hearts of stone

In a typical Canadian winter at this time of year, salt and light (Matthew 5:13-20), of course, serve a particular purpose. It doesn’t matter how cold it can still get in February, if the sun is shining then the snow … Continue reading

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If only there were one use for salt

To melt ice and soften stone cold, unyielding hearts with words and acts of love, compassion, understanding, gentleness; To preserve food and persevere, don’t give up! for the future is worth the hard work of the present; To add flavour … Continue reading

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Because it all matters to God

Last weekend, my family visited the Biodome in Montreal. Situated right beside the Olympic Stadium, it used to house the cycling competitions during the 1976 Summer Olympics. But in recent years it was converted into four distinct and self-contained eco-systems … Continue reading

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