Category Archives: Observations

Killer Words

How often this past week have you used the word “hate” when discussing a controversial or contentious issue? I’ve noted in my own comments of late that I’ve used the hate word a whole lot more often than I should. … Continue reading

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Jedi Spirituality

I’ve heard sayings like “life is what you make of it”; “a picture paints a thousand words”; “life is a journey, not a destination”; “if our life is a story, what does yours say” much of my life. But what … Continue reading

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The Beauty of The Ordinary

We all want uniqueness, to stand out in the crowd; we know we’re made different, but standing out makes us proud. Our need for uniqueness, our drive to excel; many strive to achieve it and  by striving seem well. But … Continue reading

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The Legacy of Injustice 

Injustice is all around us, you see it everywhere, but if we’re not real careful we’ll find we just don’t care. From a senseless drive-by shooting to defacing redwood trees, prevaricating by the fake news, a family torn apart by … Continue reading

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The Tracks of Life

Does life unfold in clustered feelings, good things happening all at once; then the bad things joined together, coming at you unannounced? Or, do life’s events come rolling at you like a train on life’s rail lines, good and bad … Continue reading

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Peace

One of the attributes that I admired most in Christians before I was saved was the kind of peace they seemed to have. I’ve been chasing after that peace ever since.  In John 16:33 Jesus is facing the cross squarely … Continue reading

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Sadness

Like fog settling in for the morning or a giant blanket covering a room, sadness smothers and consumes you, with grayish shades of doom and gloom. Its cause and thickness always changing, its murky pall can spread like fire, every … Continue reading

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