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CURIOSITY THRILLED THE CAT

Anyone who’s ever had cats, or known cats, understands that their natural curiosity can lead them into trouble. Our little…

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GOOD GRACES

I had a couple of days this week in which I felt pretty close to overwhelm. I may still be…

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HORN OF PLENTY

I started thinking about that traditional symbol of abundance and Thanksgiving, the horn of plenty. My Dad always made gorgeous…

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ON A SOURCE WITH NO NAME

When it feels like something’s wrong in our lives or in the world, it’s really easy to get fixated on…

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WHY HALLOW THERE

I don’t use the word “hallow” much.  Almost never.  I might change that. There’s the familiar idea of hallowed ground,…

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NEVER GONNA GIVE YOU UP

Maybe I should save this talk for Halloween because I am thinking about one of the scariest things in the…

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HOOTENANNY

I came upon a child of GodHe was walking along the roadAnd I asked him, where are you goingAnd this…

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HUNGRY LIKE THE WOLF

My friend Denise shared with me this charming legend about St. Francis of Assisi: The town of Gubbio had a…

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Sweet Surrender

Autumn is, without a doubt, my favorite time of year. John Keats called it the “season of mists and mellow…

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JUMP FOR JOY

Our brains are wired to perceive connections and draw significance from a gazillion pieces of sensory input every day.  Simply…

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FOR HEAVEN’S SAKE

Why can’t you trust atoms? Because they make up everything. It’s a silly joke, maybe even stupid. Still, I must…

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MY CIRCUS, MY MONKEYS

A few years ago, a Polish proverb hit social media. This saying was everywhere all of a sudden: “Not my…

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