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Watching New Hampshire

Everyone likes a winner. We line up behind people who are successful in areas we think are important. So the current political polls showing Donald Trump leading the Republicans reveal a great deal about our values as a country. Trump … Continue reading

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Why “Weaving a Life?”

(The original title of my book Slow Dancing in the Sanctuary was Weaving a Life.  The following relates to that title and the poem that inspired it.) For those of you who may have entered at Act II and wondered … Continue reading

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The Value of Questions

I spent the first half of my life looking for answers.  Now I’m more interested in asking the right questions.  Some of them are unanswerable, full of paradox and mystery.  That seems more real, because life doesn’t fit neatly into … Continue reading

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