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Bedside Manner (Imaginary Garden With Real Toads)

Bedside Manners

Sometimes in the fever of my dreams
Mom is alive but dying…

Here she is, going again… an alternate version
conjured in my vulnerable, variable mind… 216 more words

Imaginary Garden With Real Toads

Remain Established as God's Infinite Being

Published on Apr 14, 2015

A conversation about the fear of death.

Spirituality

ENENews: Japan Times: Over 150 dolphins wash ashore at multiple locations — 50 miles from Fukushima border — Could be largest mass stranding ever reported in nation’s history — Govt’ Expert: “The dolphins may have had psychological problems… We don’t see any immediate signs of cancer”


(image courtesy of Japan Times)
Japan Times: Over 150 dolphins wash ashore at multiple locations — 50 miles from Fukushima border — Could be largest mass stranding ever reported in nation’s history — Govt’ Expert: “The dolphins may have had psychological problems… We don’t see any immediate signs of cancer” (VIDEO) 467 more words

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The Issue Is God, Not Odds

Beware of dreaming too small and asking God for too little. You do not know when he may touch your simple task and turn it into gold. 194 more words

Christ

9/11 — The Day Death Became Real

C. S. Lewis’s words from his classic essay “Learning in War-Time,” written during World War II, captured some of the powerful effect 9/11 had on those of us living half a century later. 319 more words

Christ

Death: Shall We Weep or Rejoice?

When a Christian dies, shall those of us who remain weep or rejoice? The biblical answer is both, even simultaneously.

I saw this in a new place as I was memorizing my way through Philippians again. 518 more words

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