Have we become celebrants who deny participants access to our thanksgiving because we won’t weep with them? Psalm 126
Getting to the bottom of Trump’s comments on President Obama’s birth certificate will lead you down many dark corridors, so let me spare you the trip. Birtherism is a movement that was started by political opponents of Barack Obama […]
My reflections on the 9/26 presidential debate as a lesson in fear I learned from my toddler.
I watched the debate last night. Did you? What did you see? Maybe you saw the wrangling for influence or the shouting match or the occasional “point well taken.” I saw fear. The candidates weren’t necessarily fearful. Though there were […]
Hate seems a searing, smoldering thing – an undying death of bearing and shouldering up. It’s a puff of powder, a strobe of night, when snuffed by eternal delight in Almighty Love. If we only didn’t have to travel through […]
If God were to visit unannounced, would we ask that he apply for residency? Or build a pronounced and gated wall? http://ref.ly/Ps91;niv2011
What would I pack, if I only had moments? Each instant a panoply of choices, laboring through nightmarish voices and priority schemes, could I arrive at what I need? Yes. Them. But, […]
A tiny twist to preserve. a little lime? a shiv? What’s the spin, and why, if we can explore, such a premium on truth when those dues, if applied equally, would wring us dry?
Yes. There’s flowing water and bacteria on Mars and glowing turtles in the sunless deep. In all our death-peddling and meddling with cheap labor, do we give two straws for living things?
Faith doesn’t teach a Robin Hood gospel. Faith teaches kings to see the poor and powerless and give from rich hearts.