Earlier this summer I was fortunate to join friends on a small expedition ship to explore southeast Alaska’s coastal wilderness. The trip..
At exactly 4:17 a.m., a wet dog nose nudges me in the face, eager to begin the day. She is an unfailing..
I really enjoy watching the “The Great British Baking Show,” but at first I couldn’t quite say why. I could only testify..
I have always been a reader – it’s how I learn, engage and make sense of the world – so it’s not..
In Ana Menéndez’ book ‘’In Cuba I was a German Shepherd,’’ Máximo, a Cuban immigrant, tells a joke about Juanito the dog..
It happens every time I talk to a call center in the U.S. At some point the weary, remote-working call center employee..
The season of Lent ended with a loud alleluia, and we moved into spring as joyful, hopeful Easter people, right? For me,..
While walking in my neighborhood the other day, on practically every street, I became aware of the presence of kindness. I had..
Before this pandemic, when I’d think about the fruits of the Spirit, I would picture apples and bananas dotted with raindrops. Joy..
I was a guest preacher a few months ago in these weird days of this in-between time. No one was there. I..
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