Monthly Archives: August 2011

Saturday: Waiting for Irene

The outdoor items are either in, or down. I have more water than I know I need. I have a nifty new flashlight with 5 (5!) functions. I have food. The truck is parked away from the big maple. Tonight, … Continue reading

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I’m Sorry

“May I speak with you in private?” “Of course”, I said. I hadn’t seen this person for years. I was delighted by the re-appearance. And, now, I was curious – why had I been singled out so intentionally? Then, in … Continue reading

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‘What do you want me to do for you?’

A while back, I wrote this reflection on the following story from the Gospel of Mark. Yesterday’s Gospel reading featured the very same passage, so I thought it was fitting to dig up my writing again. Here is the reading, … Continue reading

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