Tag: truth

Be The Truth

Easter bunnies, leprechauns, ghouls and goblins, cupids, bearded fat men in red suits…all are creepy. Any given holiday will have one of these characters wandering the stores or standing on the corners or mingling with the children, drawing them in with sweet treats and promises of presents. I […]

Let There Be Light

The lights of the season are slowly appearing around our neighborhood and along our city streets.  Just here and there for now but in a few short days, most every house will be lit by a tree in the window or sparkling lights on the eaves.  There are […]

God Knows

The first snowfall of the season came through overnight leaving a thin blanked of white, barely covering the fallen leaves.  I can remember the excitement I would feel as a kid seeing this first snow.  I would bundle up and get the sleds and bound down a couple […]

Emotional Storage

It is difficult when something or someone comes along and messes with your world. That perfect life that you’ve worked so hard to put together can be torn to pieces in the blink of an eye sometimes and the work of putting it back together never goes according […]

Light In Dark

Our family is not big on Halloween. We have never understood how fear could be made fun and the darkness of death glorified. Perhaps our experiences of the reality of fear and of death have come close enough for us to realize how not fun they are. Or […]

A Harvest Party!?

I have never understood Halloween; from either a secular point of view or a religious one. I wrote yesterday about the secular part, but really do not understand why Halloween has become accepted by many in the Christian community as well. I am not saying everyone in the […]

Glimmers Of Heaven

There could not be a more perfect place to watch the sun set on a cool evening with a hot cup of coffee in one hand and the other laced through the fingers of the love of your life. There we sat staring at the sun setting on […]

Kathy

Kathy was unlike any of my eight brothers and sisters…there was a melody only she could hear.  She had a quirkyness that made you laugh and a logic that made you believe.  She was not an especially deep thinker but she was wise – not a critic, not […]

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