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Ordinary Families Can Foster

In our yard is a huge oak tree, its branches shading the sandy dirt underneath. Under the tree, a collection of spoons and cups pilfered from my kitchen litters the ground. 861 more words

Inner Life

Summer Solstice Feels.

Greetings y’all!

Today I’m doing something a little different than usual. Instead of a super carefully curated essay, today I’m just going to freely express myself off the dome about how I’ve been feeling lately. 683 more words



“If anyone loves me, he will hold to my words, and my Father will love him; and we will come to him.” Jn 14:23

“But, when you pray, go to your private room and when you have shut your door, pray to your Father who is in that secret place, and your Father who sees all that is done in secret will reward you.” Mt 6:1-6;16-18… 25 more words

Inner Life

Sound of my smile II - Me and Alice X

“All of us collect fortunes when we are children. A fortune of colors, of lights, and darkness, of movement, of tensions. Some of us have the fantastic chance to go back to his fortune when grown up.”

(Ingmar Bergman)



Mystical religion, instead of making the soul independent of Christ and of earlier revelations, rather insists that every hint of the Divine meaning that has come in any age, through any person, is precious, and that the supreme unveiling of the nature and character of God, the highest exhibition of the range and scope of human possibility in the person of Jesus Christ, is unspeakably important for any one whose main concern is to be a son of God. 91 more words


The Sussex Ghost: Lost Among the Living

Review: Lost Among the Living, by Simone St. James
NAL, 2016. 318 pp. $15

For three years, Jo Manders has struggled with the loss of her husband, Alex, who flew for the RAF, and whose airplane crashed in German territory in 1918. 864 more words

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