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Jeopardy, Coffee and Misleading Clues

Jeopardy, Coffee and Misleading Clues

Coffee and Misleading Clues Watching Jeopardy we were sorry to watch one of the Jeopardy's clues result in a wrong answer rewarded as right! A recent routine is enjoying evening coffee— a large cup of  decaf—and watching Jeopardy.  Because  in such wackadoodle times ...

Can You Ever Forgive Me?

Can You Ever Forgive Me?

The trailers for the movie Can You Ever Forgive Me looked more lighthearted than it was.  It was not funny, although it was a well-done movie. The movie, drawn from a real-life story about a writer, Lee Israel, was deeply affecting. Sadness and lostness pervaded all...

I Wonder

I Wonder

I wonder: If thousands of North Americans, including women and children, formed a caravan, broke through an armed border guard, and walked across Mexico to Guatemala, turning down offers of sanctuary and expecting to be admitted into Guatemala, how would the news...

Checking for Solid Ground When Moving

Checking for Solid Ground When Moving

Nothing can rock one’s world like a move – or old age. Not that I am old; I am moving, however, and without some of the stamina that propelled us here a decade ago. I am checking for solid ground during our move. One verse from Isaiah has been solid and safe ground...

The Best Cure for Potomac Fever

The Best Cure for Potomac Fever

Here’s what I think – as if it mattered. I think: All the brouhaha of candidates running for office was a plot by cable news, and broadcast news to gin up drama to attract advertisers to sell advertising for a political reality show. Talk radio is as ridiculous . . ....

Understanding the Times

Understanding the Times

A few verses from Isaiah comfort and goad me: Isaiah 33:6 says the Lord will be the stability of my times, a wealth of wisdom, salvation and knowledge. Isaiah 46:3-5 tells me He is the God of my gray hairs. When I reflect on the news — wars, rumors of wars, and natural disasters, suffering refugees, and problems of daily living — and put in my two cents, I hope as I exhort myself to be useful, I will encourage dear readers to keep seeking and serving.

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