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The Stranger - An Alternative Ending

I leaned into a sitting position when I saw a shadow in the corner. It shifted and grew taller, and I saw it was not a shadow, but a man. 636 more words

Writing

Moving through

Flocks of birds drew my eyes to find the clearing in the overcast February sky in-between 2 concrete city buildings. My body lured, as hope leaped up into my heart. 330 more words

Humanly Ambitions

Discovering the Desert of My Soul

( This is a repeat of  a previous post but I believe it could be helpful in your Lenten Journey.)

I don’t exactly know why, but a few years ago I felt a real spiritual unction to study Christian Mysticism. 884 more words

God

Vient Ensuite

“Il n’y a qu’un problème philosophique vraiment sérieux : c’est le suicide. Juger que la vie vaut ou ne vaut pas la peine d’être vécue, c’est répondre à la question fondamentale de la philosophie. 37 more words

The River

“In the depth of winter I finally learned there was in me an invincible summer.” – Albert Camus

Upon a frozen river’s

icy flow

my little boat… 81 more words

Poetry

Don't walk behind me.....

“Don’t walk behind me; I may not lead.

Don’t walk behind me; I may not follow.

Just walk beside me and be my friend.”

– Albert Camus

Friend

The Emotional Dimension of Suffering (Part 1)

“In the program ‘The Millennial Pope’ Germaine Greer speaks movingly about suffering and God, and I was asked to respond to her cry. Although a self-proclaimed atheist, Greer, with tears in her eyes, movingly expressed her deep appreciation for religious music as a human cry toward a Presence that was ‘just not there.’ Then, in face of the sufferings of children in Africa, she added, ‘If God exists, I hate him.’ What could I possibly say in response?”  1,262 more words

Philosophy