Monthly Archives: March 2015

#blogExodus – Day 5: Hide

It feels to me like there’s a lot of hiding going on in the beginning of Exodus. Moses’s mother hides Moses from the Egyptians, who would have drowned Moses in the Nile. After she put him in a basket and … Continue reading

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#blogExodus – Day 4: Grow

As I thought about today’s topic, it seemed natural to speak of nature. It is Spring, after all, and grass should be greening, flowers should come to life. Hah! I live in the Boston area, and no bud has yet … Continue reading

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The Doctor-The Power of Attorney-The Harm Done

This is the worst of my profession – unethical lawyers who refuse to rein in their clients. I wish the blogger’s mother well. And I hope she has a skilled lawyer who will take care of her.

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Healing Today’s Brokenness

Today was my mom’s birthday she is no longer of this earth except in memories which abound from me from my family and friends. Today I am broken my heart has a crack a mile wide it beats: to the … Continue reading

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The Great Snow Job – Day 23

More chilly weather not a lot of melting here searching for beauty. Time for a new series – nothing extreme, just a bit of frivolity to entice my muse’s return. Each night, I’ll post a haiku about snow, until the … Continue reading

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#blogExodus – Day 3: Cleanse

First, I have to get my brain away from the image of “Mr. Clean,” as well as the song. OK. I’m ready. I’ve cleansed myself of him. (Mr. Clean, Mr. Clean…)   On a more serious note, I’m curious about … Continue reading

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#blogExodus – Day 2: Bless

I’m pondering what purpose blessings actually serve in our lives. OK – in my life. Right now, I’m receiving a lot of them, because I’m sneezing like crazy. (For a great explication of why we bless people when they sneeze, … Continue reading

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The Great Snow Job – Day 22

    Is this really Spring a wind chill of nine degrees? Give me my flowers! Time for a new series – nothing extreme, just a bit of frivolity to entice my muse’s return. Each night, I’ll post a haiku … Continue reading

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#blogExodus – Day 1: Begin

Every journey, every story, must have a beginning. For me, the story of Exodus has, at its beginning, the burning bush. More specifically, Moses’s mindfulness after he first notices the bush. He takes the time to “turn aside” to ponder … Continue reading

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The Great Snow Job – Day 21

  Wildflowers surround. Green as far as eye can see. Drat. Only a dream. Time for a new series – nothing extreme, just a bit of frivolity to entice my muse’s return. Each night, I’ll post a haiku about snow, … Continue reading

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