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on a bus, I feel
so close to the symbolic —
the sacred, even
— otherworldliness a mere
breath away — next stop heaven

Not really so very pleased with this poem. 109 more words


Of Course He Isn't Safe. But He's Good.

Sermon from Saint Peter’s Lutheran Church – 14th Sunday after Pentecost – August 30, 2015

Gospel:  Mark 7:1-8, 14-15, 21-23

I remember having a conversation with a group of ladies at the first church I served out in Western New York state. 2,139 more words


+ too perfect to last +

When Lewis writes of the death of his beloved Joy in A Grief Observed, it seems frank and conclusive.

I don’t doubt that it brings him great sorrow and pain, but what hope have I when it becomes the matter of an unsaved person? 563 more words

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A Thing of Beauty...

“A thing of beauty is a joy forever,” so said Mary Poppins. Well, she borrowed that line from John Keats who wrote a poem about “A thing of beauty…” Many nights I get the privilege to drive by the ocean. 548 more words

The Testing Point of DEAF PROTEST 2015

“Courage is not simply one of the virtues, but the form of every virtue at the testing point.”- CS Lewis

The DEAF PROTEST 2015 is all about testing point and I support the protest against the flawed due process and I believe that is what the protest is all about, and it has two demands, to have Deaf people bow out and the oppression to resume afresh after future Deaf citizens and returned citizens. 266 more words

Thoughts on Narnia, Intro

When I was young, I had a few favorite books; The Hardy Boys series, Charles Berlitz’s The Bermuda Triangle, Z for Zachariah (movie adaptation released this weekend) and CS Lewis’ … 100 more words