Monthly Archives: December 2015

The Loveliest Night

Two nights ago, we celebrated Christmas Eve.  I think this may be the loveliest night of the year.  The lovely carols, the lovely poinsettias, the lovely candlelight. When the church lights are slowly dimmed and the flame passes from person … Continue reading

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Waiting for Peace

This year I had the opportunity to travel to the Holy Land with my family and friends from our church.  I knew I would enjoy the trip.  I had no idea how much my spirit would be touched.  I am … Continue reading

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Sometime one thing becomes another thing and yet stays the same, Like lovers who marry yet name themselves whole. The waters can lift us over and over, As a mother lifts her tired child again and again. A camera stops … Continue reading

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What I want to say to the world is this. For God’s sake, look for the light. Ancient light that travels years to find us. For heaven’s sake, pray for peace. A mind so quiet that peace seems possible. May … Continue reading

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