Easy to forget

There was a constant low hum whenever I would fire up my old record player to spin some vinyl. It definitely took away the music’s beauty that was trying to escape from the record’s grooves. I knew better. There’s a thing called grounding. I knew that if the record player wasn’t grounded, it would hum. […]

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Reflecting on lent, reflecting on Easter

There’s no reason to be surprised about our confusion about living after Lent, living beyond Easter. Consider the responses of people during the days following the first Resurrection day. There are moments of sheer delight. Mary Magdalene went to the tomb. It was empty. She went to find the disciples. She ran into Jesus on […]

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Saturday reflection: Lent 2012

The second most visited post on this blog is one I wrote about Lent in 2011: 33 things to give up for Lent. All year long people have come to this post by searching for Lent. Which is interesting, since Lent is a period of forty days (plus 6 Sundays) between Ash Wednesday and Easter. […]

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Marching together – Lent ideas.

I’ve got a bunch of projects running through my head and heart. Some of these are on my list of 99 goals for the year. Some of them have cropped up since I made that list.  I’m realizing that I’m never going to get to all of them. Nor should I. For the next few […]

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We all can’t be hands

Many have approached this new year with ideas of things they would like to do differently this time through. It’s really nice to have a fresh start. We all need places and times to begin again. However, I ask you to proceed with caution. It’s easy to give yourself goals that may be unrealistic or […]

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