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Consoling the Heart

It was like brewing coffee
with no lid on the carafe below:
an open container no good for dripping into.

Or like a signal with no receiver… 36 more words

Poetry

A Self-Publishing To Do List

Here it is: the list of things I’m doing, book-wise! I’m sharing it partly because I know some of you are curious about all the Very Important Tasks I’ve been muttering about, and partly for anyone else considering self-publishing. 2,193 more words

Writing

2016 Week Thirty: Moving the Goalposts

Well, it’s Week Thirty here at Flail Towers, World Headquarters of the Society For Thrashing Ineffectively Through Life And Then Crying About It*, and that seems like a nice round number at which to review how things are going. 1,298 more words

Writing

Learning About Mercy, Through a Saint

Last night I had a date with a saint. The relics of St. Maria Faustina Kowalska, a Polish sister who gave the world the famous image of “Divine Mercy,” were at St. 401 more words

Inspiration

Mercy, Even in My Doubt

Happy Divine Mercy Sunday! For those who don’t know about this great day of devotion, let me try to give you a reason to celebrate today. 870 more words

Blog Posts

2nd Sunday of Easter | Just coincidence or God's Cunning Plan?

If there really is a God in charge of the Universe, and a personal God at that, he would want to let us know, right?  Well, it turns out that he has, but you have to have a humble heart that is open to persuasion in order to be convinced.  1,984 more words

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