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One of My Regrets

One of My Regrets

One of my regrets is not pursuing art. I remember only one acquaintance in high school who was bound and determined to pursue art – and she enrolled in the Maryland Institute of Art: a daring choice the aspiring English major thought. I wonder where her choice took...

Offering an Opinion Without Words

Offering an Opinion Without Words

An Opinion without Words? Offering an opinion without words – well, how do I do that? Telling you what I think about the times through which we live  words is tough enough! This morning, my friends at Oak Cliff Bible Church reminded me of a man who always offered his...

Taking a Writing Prompt to Heart

Taking a Writing Prompt to Heart

A favorite prompt that a writing teacher once gave suggests: Look around and see what you can see. When I look, what do I see? The world is noisy, angry, irrational, and cruel. People hurt each other – from their storehouse of brokenness. So, a quiet moment on our...

Asking for Help

Asking for Help

Asking for help is hard for me, and maybe for you, too?   But, ’tis the season, eh? Ignoring some problems was, alas, how I was raised.  Also, I was not raised to be transparent, but to cover up, and just get on with life.  "Kermit" was right: It ain’t easy being...

The Tripping Point

The Tripping Point

No, I am not in great shape – but I’m in good shape for the shape I’m in. I could be in better shape if I reduced white stuff in my meals . . . reduced fat . . . and made walking a priority. 1 Now, we are walking -- switching to earlier AM jaunts because of the hot...

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