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Joyful chiming

Joyful chiming

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Faith & Inspiration | The Christian life should be one of intense expectation

Actually ‘seeing’ the person you hope to please

Actually ‘seeing’ the person you hope to please

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Faith & Inspiration | I have suffered from something called vertigo lately, but considered myself well enough on Tuesday to teach my evening ESL class. It all went well except for…

The liberal world of rock-paper-scissors

The liberal world of rock-paper-scissors

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Politics | I first learned rock-paper-scissors from my children. The hand game that originated in Asia (my kids are half Korean) had its counterpart in my day in the…

Speaking of storms

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Climate Change | In the now daily force-fed diet of climate change news served up by The Philadelphia Inquirer we read in Tuesday’s editorial “Casey again is strong on climate…

Walking away sad

Walking away sad

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Faith & Inspiration | A woman I will call “Lucille” came to me in distress about a relationship. She was a lonely person who had suffered many losses in her lifetime and feared…

Defiling our planet

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Faith & Inspiration | Undaunted by facts, the climate change champions soldier on, indicting mankind for rising planetary thermostats, though satellite measurements show no…

Thanksgiving perfection

Thanksgiving perfection

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Faith & Inspiration | Editor’s note: In honor of this day of thanks (and to give our columnist the day off), we present to you a column written by Andrée that originally

The real me

The real me

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Faith & Inspiration | A Christian is a new creation. Let’s act like who we are, not who we were

The giant insect in the room

The giant insect in the room

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Faith & Inspiration | I was sick in bed a few days last week and decided to pass the time reading Franz Kafka’s Metamorphosis , which is about a man who woke up to find he was a…

Chucking faith prematurely

Chucking faith prematurely

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Faith & Inspiration | After a long while in thinking and planning and getting up the nerve, I finally had the meeting I wanted with a certain young man. We met at a restaurant, and…

Finishing well

Finishing well

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Faith & Inspiration | Father-in-law makes four in our newly constituted household. Wesley is easy to live with, but it hasn’t been so easy for him. A man who was once an…

Getting off one stop too soon

Getting off one stop too soon

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Faith & Inspiration | The danger in worldly achievement is that one may settle for it. Poor and unsuccessful people do not have this problem. In AA they talk about the phenomenon…

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