Momentum and Pace

             There is a running joke in our family about being in a hurry.  My grandfather would get enormously stressed out about “going” – then, once we’d arrived, he was all in a rush to get home.  (There was no one waiting at home, we were all there, with him!) […]

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Tactile and Tangible

             Recently I came across a comedian joking about how no one has really found the meaning of life yet.  Not only was this remark not funny, but it was blatantly untrue.              We absolutely know the meaning of why we’re living these lives.  We’re […]

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Here and Plenty

             After yesterday’s blast, it’s time to assess.  Was there damage?  Are we all whole?  Does anything need to be rebuilt?  Or simply built anew?              The message I woke up with this morning points us towards the possibility of starting over, and starting now. […]

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Exacting Great Care

             Even if we were to sit perfectly still, calm and serene, at peace, time would continue to tick on.  Seconds, minutes, hours, days.              And if we struggle, stress, suffer, time also ticks on.  Seconds, minutes, hours, days.  And then, weeks into months and […]

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