Monthly Archives: May 2017

How Old is Your Light?

Light is never appreciated until you don’t have it. Well, that probably includes most everything, so maybe it says more about our ability to appreciate.  I had occasion recently to advise a new photographer that taking a picture is “drawing … Continue reading

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Trophes

I was thinking about Venusians. Venus had been an early target for space probes, but we haven’t been back there in decades. Why? Perhaps because the probes sent back all the inportant information we needed. Perhaps it was because the … Continue reading

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The Accounting

To keep accounts has to do with numbers. But in many languages it is also connected to the word “story”. You have account books that will keep a record of your expenditures and your receivables, and hopefully there will be … Continue reading

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Off Trail

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NYC Grad

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Please Knock!

A friend has made the remark that my thread leading from thought to faith was… soulless. Hmm. My faith life certainly doesn’t seem soulless.  This thread wasn’t meant to be a formula for faith. Faith comes as a gift as … Continue reading

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The Bullet

(The following was an early post that just disappeared, got misfiled, or simply lived in the ether. I knew I had written it, but I could not find it.  Today I found it, so I will post it on this … Continue reading

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