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HAVE IT YOUR WAY

Our one-year-old kitty, Danny, was a skinny little guy when he joined our family six months ago.  His Instagram handle is “Little Danny Cat,” in fact, because he seemed so bitty compared to his mature sister-aunties, Val and Flo.  That…

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THOROUGH

There’s a bothersome paradox at the heart of the Science of Mind philosophy.   Well, honestly, it’s not just in the Science of Mind, and there’s not just one.  Regarding ambiguities and contradictions, I am kind of like a pig…

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CARRY ON

My first memory is of my father.  It was a little over a month before my third birthday.   He woke me in the middle of the night, with an air of hushed excitement, and carried me across the street to…

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HOPING MECHANISM

“I hope so.”  Too often, this phrase lands for me as terribly limp and feeble. It may contain a modicum of positivity, but only the most meager portion — a glimmer, a sliver... “I hope so,” tends to convey too…

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VERACITY VORACITY

Fact-checking is not a violation of anyone’s first amendment rights.  The President of the United States shouldn’t be allowed to lie with impunity.   White people, wealthy people, male people, straight people, people enjoying any position of privilege and power should…

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FRAYED KNOT

A couple of years ago I placed a mail order for amaryllis bulbs for a New Year’s ritual at Bosque CSL.  I was a little late ordering and they didn’t arrive in time for our service, so Travis found a…

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MAKE WOMB

by Special Guest, Rev. Masando Hiraoka I’m not gonna lie: I’m starting to hit a bit of a wall in all this sheltering-in-place business. I’m finding myself getting more irritable with others, more tired of the daily routine of staring…

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REMAKE

I love Matthew Inman’s comics on The Oatmeal.  They’re kinda neurotic and existentially angsty, but also quite good-natured at the same time, which is why they speak directly to my soul.    This week, he had a sweet four-panel comic…

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