Tag Archives: Tears

Simple Gifts

The past few days have been both exhilarating and exhausting. I cannot fully recap in the brief words of a blog post what it means to bring a project like Turkeys of Thanks through to its conclusion, including the distribution … Continue reading

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Living Water 3: Symbolism

My stories about “living water” so far this week have been literal. But, water is deeply symbolic to me as well. Water is a part of my archetype, as Jung would call it: that unconscious link between who I am … Continue reading

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Night before Thanksgiving

My Gramma’s kitchen was always one of the most comforting places for me to be. But, on the night before Thanksgiving, the pungency of chopped onions sautéing on the stove sent me scurrying out to the bathroom for a wet … Continue reading

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Unexpected tears

Whenever you find tears in your eyes, especially unexpected tears, it is well to pay the closest attention. They are not only telling you something about the secret of who you are but, more often than not, God is speaking … Continue reading

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