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Life and Loss

My heart has been heavy this week. A friend and colleague of mine suffered a tragedy many of us would find unimaginable, the sudden death of her 20 year old son during a routine, fun-filled Fourth of July weekend at … Continue reading

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Hope, part 2 (the angel)

Today, I was chatting online with my friend Rose about the Angel of Hope statue and yearly remembrance ceremony held on December 6. If you are not familiar with the Angel of Hope (or the Christmas Box) check out the … Continue reading

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Walking the Labyrinth

Labyrinths have taken on deep meaning in my life over the years. The first labyrinth I ever walked was one I constructed in the field next to our friend Peg’s cabin house. We had rope and a paper printed with … Continue reading

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