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Undeserved Favor

I have dyslexia.  I used to wonder why God would call me to write this column with a learning disorder.  I spend more time proof reading for typos and reordering Continue Reading »

Stupid Man? Not!

My friend is unquestionably sexist.  He treats his wife as his property.  He once said, “I don’t understand women who are running for public offices.”  The man is stuck in Continue Reading »

Space and Margin

  Have you ever tried torescuea drowning person in the open sea?  They can clobber you just to stay afloat.  It’s pure survival instinct. Have you seen a toddler sitting Continue Reading »

A Small Story

What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us. -William Morrow Our first birth gift is the power of choice, our Continue Reading »


Words kill, words give life; they’re either poison or fruit—you choose.   – Solomon, The Wise Man My nephew gave me The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz, published in 1997 Continue Reading »

Good Friday

An old Hasidic rabbi, Levi Yitzhak of Berdichev in the Ukraine, used to say that he discovered a meaning of love from a drunken peasant.  Entering a tavern in the Continue Reading »

Go Play…

Stories develop compassion and empathy and make us one. We spend about a third of our waking hours daydreaming.  It’s a survival feature.  Our constant imagining of a possible future Continue Reading »

I See You

  A priest in the Bahamas related this story.  A two-story house caught fire.  The family– father, mother, several children– were on their way out when the smallest boy became Continue Reading »

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