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Wise Insight from a Seven-Year-Old

While driving my 7-year-old son to his little league baseball game we were talking about Palm Sunday. He began telling me that on that day as the people were greeting Jesus riding on the donkey entering Jerusalem and shouting, “Hosanna!,” many in the crowd that were shouting “Hosanna” did not believe Jesus was the Son of God. 371 more words

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I'm Not Sure Where This is Going...

So when I blog, it’s mostly about me figuring things out.  Saying things out loud.  Making it real.  So this is me making me real.  Does your mind ever ask your heart questions?   1,440 more words

The Boys

It’s hard to believe Aidan is already seven days old.  A week ago, I was holding him for the first time.  Today, I can’t imagine life without him.   552 more words


Like Children

It’s okay to be childish too. I have heard in one way or another that every person has an inner child in them, and some people are  proud to show it while others completely ignore it. 1,433 more words


NonTraditional Spiritual Wisdom

It seems like the older I get and the more I listen to those seeking spiritual healing or a change of mind and heart, the wisdom within the visions and voices of children’s literature is so relevant. 26 more words


a lesson from a child

Today Tizzy was happy to sit and watch me tidy up.

She had no toys, or distractions, just Grandad.

Even with a limited vocabulary she understands quite a bit of what I say. 132 more words


I Wonder....

Wonder wakes my heart and directs my wandering mind. I love words, and wonder is a favorite of mine. The dictionary definition for the noun form reads, “a feeling of surprise mingled with admiration, caused by something beautiful, unexpected, unfamiliar, or inexplicable.” The verb is to, “desire or be curious to know something.”  … 516 more words