Monthly Archives: July 2011

Heaven’s not a place that you go when you die, it’s that moment in life when you actually feel alive

I was looking through old, old friends’ pages on facebook tonight (morning?) and I was so happy to have all these old memories come back, to see these people that I remember from my childhood and adolescence. Social networks are … Continue reading

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First World Problems

Boy, life sure is tough for us folks on this end of the economic spectrum. Perhaps this kid sums it up best: I thought of this because I was thinking, oh, what a hassle it is to update my blog, … Continue reading

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Higher Ground

From the hallowed halls in congress They tell us to trust the past They tell us not to worry As the water’s risin fast Some refuse to leave: They say they’d rather die; Some accept that fate.. Me, I’m moving … Continue reading

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All will be well (reflections on MUUSA)

As many of you I’m sure will not know, every summer I go for a week to MUUSA, the Midwest Unitarian Universalist Summer Assembly. This past week was incredibly spiritual, moving, and inspiring. Spiritually recharging, as we like to say, … Continue reading

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Last call

Well, here we are at the end of our trip, at the same place we started out – Ben Ghurion airport. With a similar experience, too! Our first time, AJ and I got some nice attitude from passport control. Today … Continue reading

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Wow, what a trip.

Well folks, this certainly has been an incredible trip. To top off everything that we’ve seen, and end the trip on an interesting note, the sickness that I’ve been talking about has progressed to what we almost certainly think is … Continue reading

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