One Foot in the Water

One of the things I try to do on a regular basis is swim laps. I’ve not always had the kind of nearly perfect discipline like some of you here, but I do try to get to the pool at least three days a week. This afternoon I had finished

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Snow Day

The snow started falling at my house yesterday afternoon. It was lovely to watch – especially since I had already decided that my Martin Luther King Jr. holiday would be spent at home, catching up on rest, doing a few creative projects, and enjoying being home. This morning it was

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January!

Named for the Roman god Janus, the protector of doorways and gates. You may remember from your mythology classes that Janus is always pictured with two faces, one looking to the past and the other facing the future. How interesting that those early Romans thought about protection needing to involve

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Merry Christmas

Christmas is a celebration based in community. It is, at its root, really all about community ... the Divine/Human community we call life.

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Send Us an Angel

Several years ago I spent some time on the Scottish Island of Iona, worshipping at the Abbey and taking time out for prayer and meditation. (Iona is the place where Christianity first came to the British Isles, thanks to St. Columba who worked in Scotland and Ireland in the 6th

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