Monthly Archives: September 2013

A New, Old Friend

Along with posting random thoughts from the insignificant to the profound, social media affords the opportunity to reconnect with friends and acquaintances from the past. Playing around on Facebook one night about a year ago, I remembered someone from elementary … Continue reading

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Embracing Grief and Loss

No shortage of differences exists within the human family. Sadly, these differences are often exploited instead of celebrated. The natural and divinely orchestrated diversity of humanity is often used to create separation and division- the “us and them” mentality that … Continue reading

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The Spirituality of Forgiveness

My previous post addressed the psychological rather than the spiritual as it relates to forgiveness; however, one cannot ignore the relevance of the spiritual dimension. Forgiveness is as much an act of spiritual maturity as it is psychological maturity. Historically … Continue reading

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