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For those who have fallen- Lenten Regrets

“Let no one mourn that he has fallen again and again;
for forgiveness has risen from the grave.”
-St John Chrysostom

It is always here, in the dark of Good Friday just before Pascha, that I find all the regret I have stored up over the years. 342 more words


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Paschal thoughts on this (eastern) Good Friday

Who Will Roll Away The Stone - Sunday Songs

I used Who Will Roll Away The Stone by Ordinary Time as a prelude to the sunrise Easter service at 6.30am this morning.
Mark’s Gospel was thematically woven through the service. 139 more words


Exceeding Expectations in Relationship

I recently met with my daughter for coffee. One of the joys of parenting is to see them grow into loving, functional adults and to be able to engage them in adult conversation. 915 more words

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Extraordinary Time

So…blogging for Lent. That went well, huh?  :)

I’m not sure what happened. I woke up on day 3 with a clear plan to write here about shopping for a new car and realizing that I am more of a “satisficer” than a “maximizer” when it comes to adding new things to my life. 422 more words

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The myth of the interrupted life

I spent all day at the Apple Genius Bar because my phone sputtered a bit then died last night just before bed. I cradled it against my heart for a moment before shuffling to my laptop to make the appointment I hoped would cure it of its ills. 626 more words

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Better answers to "What do you do?"

There have been a number of articles up lately about the question of “what do you do?” in polite society. I’m pleased that Elephant Journal… 32 more words

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