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grieve for the horse, grieve for ourselves

The recent decision to remove statues honoring the Confederacy in Richmond, Virginia… …brought to mind this old blog post: I say: take the general, but leave the horse. I’m referring to the horse beneath Robert E. Lee on the controversial … Continue reading

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man with a plan

The dream below seems to confirm my long-held belief… …which is: My life—every life—has a plan.  And, in accordance with that plan, we’re given what we need… …though it often seems we’ve been given what we don’t need. Consider the … Continue reading

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fable of the strong fearful woman

For years, our heroine—we’ll call her “Elizabeth” because she likes the name—had struggled to create security for herself. She’d moved to area untroubled by tornadoes, hurricanes, or earthquakes… …then entered well-paid profession that promised future stability.  Her employer—a large but … Continue reading

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How Humans Learned to Give Thanks

So easy for me to forget to give thanks—even on Thanksgiving.  HOW HUMANS LEARNED TO GIVE THANKS Because the first human was as he was he ordered the sky and the oceans and the rich soil to give of themselves … Continue reading

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