Monthly Archives: March 2011

pledge drives, bakesales, and budgets

After yet another week of NPR pledge drives, I find myself wondering about how we are left to raise money for the things that matter in our lives. Years ago I had the poster that read:  “it will be a … Continue reading

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when words fail…

On January 12th, just one year ago, the earth seized the tiny fragile nation of Haiti and hundreds of thousands of people died.  Fourteen months later, the earth seized again in a populated land, this time in another island nation, … Continue reading

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shards for building a more compassionate community…

Spring is a season of possibility and I feel its pull as I sit in front of an open door adorned with an attentive cat. The air is fresh and almost warm, the birds are loud and my phone is … Continue reading

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Just as I am… for Lent

Charlotte Elliott’s verse…. ust as I am, without one plea, But that Thy blood was shed for me, And that Thou bidst me come to Thee, O Lamb of God, I come, I come. Some new words: Just as I … Continue reading

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