Monthly Archives: December 2012

Credo… I believe

I learned in seminary MANY years ago that the word Credo (usually translated I believe)  is better translated “I put my trust in…” This Christmas I have once again become a “believer”, though not in the Macy’s sense of belieiving … Continue reading

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Blowing winds and peace

Last night we had the third of three evenings with our labyrinth set up in the parish hall. Around the outside and in the center of the labyrinth small votive candles twinkled in the dim light. Several people walked the … Continue reading

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Sewer Thoughts

This past week we have had a sewer problem saga at the house. (Think if it could go wrong it did go wrong – including the last chapter of a driver ignoring the street closed sign and driving her car … Continue reading

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Waiting

Waiting has never been my strong suit. I tend to be impatient and want to get on with things. I like doing rather than waiting. Yet so much of life is waiting.  Nancy on the other hand seems so calm … Continue reading

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…what is coming upon the world….

In the Gospel of Luke we read Jesus saying  “People will faint from fear and foreboding of what is coming upon the world.”  That sounds like the beginning of an essay in Time or the WSJ on current world politics … Continue reading

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