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Fading beauty was not meant to be

Fading beauty was not meant to be

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Faith & Inspiration | The conversation around the fire started to take on the feel of a scene from John Bunyan’s The Pilgrim’s Progress. As we talked into the night, and wine…

Organizing things

Organizing things

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Faith & Inspiration | This morning I took one of those big accordion cardboard filing boxes and started to organize my husband’s medical bills. First the big classifications into…

A reflection on passing seasons

A reflection on passing seasons

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Faith & Inspiration | As September lives up to its promise of plummeting temperatures, I receive this email from a Pennsylvania friend transplanted in West Palm Beach, Fla.: “But…

Ambushed by an earworm

Ambushed by an earworm

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Faith & Inspiration | After yesterday’s column my editor said, “Thanks to you, I have ‘I Me Mine’ going through my head this morning.” Ah! The notorious “earworm” got…

Grumbling in our tents

Grumbling in our tents

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Faith & Inspiration | Your Cape Cod or ranch-style or little A-frame house is the equivalent of an ancient Jew’s tent. What goes on inside it is also equivalent to what went on…

God’s advance warning

God’s advance warning

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Faith & Inspiration | “Also it was allowed to make war on the saints and to conquer them. And authority was given it over every tribe and people and language and nation, and all…

Ramped up refrigerator issue

Ramped up refrigerator issue

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Faith & Inspiration | When life was simple, here was the moral question: As adult children visiting our parents at the old homestead where we grew up, is it OK for us to march…

Needing beach umbrella bearings

Needing beach umbrella bearings

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Faith & Inspiration | I went swimming with my granddaughter at Coney Island, and she learned something about life there that should set her in good stead for the future. We…

Loving our fellow man on the subway

Loving our fellow man on the subway

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Faith & Inspiration | The New York subway system is an interesting subculture with its own unspoken rules. I didn’t see a “Quiet Car” like SEPTA has in Philadelphia, where…

Lost and found

Lost and found

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Faith & Inspiration | In moments of sudden terror, we suddenly get very serious about God

Evolution and retail pricing parallels

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Science | My granddaughter and I had great fun in New York. On Day 1 we went to the American Museum of Natural History, which at 1,600,000 square feet and four city…

Raising up strange messengers

Raising up strange messengers

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Faith & Inspiration | My friend provided temporary lodging to a woman with a mental illness. Helen (as I will call my friend) had taken in the needy single lady out of compassion…

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