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I Love Being a Writer

I love being a writer. I love being a writer. I. Love. Being. A. Writer. Maybe if I say it enough, it will remain true. 118 more words


27 July 2014 sermon -- Romans 8:26-39

DISCLAIMER: I believe sermons are meant to be heard. They are the word proclaimed in a live exchange between God and the preacher, and the preacher and God, and the preacher and the people, and the people and the preacher, and the people and God, and God and the people. 1,736 more words


Mother and child separation induces severe psychological stress in animals

The bond between a mother and her child is the strongest bond found in all of nature. All infants have an instinctive need to stay near their mothers for survival. 554 more words


Seventh Sunday after Pentecost (Proper 12, Year A)

A Sermon from the Episcopal Parish of
St. John the Evangelist in Hingham, Massachusetts
Preached by the Rev. Timothy E. Schenck on July 27, 2014 (Proper 12, Year A) 1,193 more words

Season After Pentecost


Links aren’t in place yet—but I do have the first printed copies of the book itself…

(25 July 2014)


Jealous dogs?

I am always on the lookout for analogues of human behaviors in other species.  Here is a report from PLOS Science through Reuters of a study in which dogs seem to show jealousy.   481 more words

E-book update (Sometimes, things go smoothly…, part 2)

When I uploaded the e-book version of Separation Anxiety to Smashwords, the only version that I could be sure would look the way it was supposed to was the Kindle version. 252 more words