When I see the scions of wealth parade grandly through my town with, what I interpret as, smug entitlement on their faces,..
Oct. 4, 2021, is this generation’s “date which will live in infamy.” Okay, that may be a little drastic, but it definitely..
Before the pandemic, I was on autopilot all day, every day, preoccupied with everything and nothing at all. I was living in..
Recently, the world opened up enough for me to accompany my son, a high school senior, on several college tours. Even though..
In the spring of 2016, I was laying on my back in a hospital bed at Duke University Medical Center. Sickness and..
I remember being shocked by the fact that Mrs. B., my third grade teacher, was crying. It must have been April 30,..
I’ve been misplacing my eyeglasses lately. I set them down for a moment, for a simple task like changing my clothes, and..
On Saturday afternoons in fall, I can be found wearing my clerical collar and tartan kilt. For most Alma College football games..
The medieval mystic, Meister Eckhart, claimed, “God laughs and plays in good deeds.” Laughter and play call strong and specific images to..
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