Monthly Archives: August 2016

Deep Question

(A reflection from Nancy’s time with family in Japan) Some questions seem to come from left field; others, though, emerge from somewhere much deeper, the soul. Granddaughter asked me one of those deeper questions today. We had a gentle day … Continue reading

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Child Ritual

While in Japan visiting our son, daughter-in-law and granddaughter I have had various adventures going to playground, the zoo, and some of the cultural sites. This morning’s activity was to climb seven hundred ninety two steps up, and I mean … Continue reading

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Fear or Trust

We live in a culture that is strung out on fear. We hear constantly about economic fears, political threats, assaults on our values, of elevated terror threat levels, hear bits of international intelligence and of incidents that have happened. In … Continue reading

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