Monthly Archives: May 2009

crossroad emotions

Culmination is the order of the day. Seniors are graduating, the program year is winding down, even our congregation’s Capital Campaign is rolling into the final inning. The feelings that surround culminations are complicated and often tangled. To be sure … Continue reading

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packing my gun

As we enjoy our newfound freedom to tote our handguns to the Grand Canyon, I find myself wondering where the line of political prowess ends and the deceit begins. Rare are the times in my life when the American public … Continue reading

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choices

This Sunday presents one of the conundrums facing the members and friends of EUCC. Which service will I attend? At the 11:00am service, the Chancel Choir and Instrumentalists will share Faure’s “Requiem”. This is an exquisite piece of music, and … Continue reading

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and when I was wrong…

Recently I was in a meeting where we were remembering events of the past together. My memory was sharp and keen, though my memory contradicted that presented by another person. I was vocal in defending the truth of my memory. … Continue reading

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gold rush blues

Each morning my electronic inbox offers a dozen pieces of correspondence. Some are personal, some professional. Some are educational, some inspirational. Some are junk, some are wolves passing in sheep attire. Yesterday’s mail contained all of the above, but it … Continue reading

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