Monthly Archives: March 2014

Don’t Park Under a Power Line

High priority parking guidelines include parking as close to the entrance as possible and in shade where available. The routine problem for me on a nearly daily basis is that to accomplish this requires me to park under a power … Continue reading

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The Faintness of Our Desire

Meister Eckhart, a thirteenth-fourteenth century philosopher, theologian, and mystic said, “The reason we are not able to see God is the faintness of our desire.”  Lent, the forty days prior to Easter, is an opportunity to fan the flames of … Continue reading

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“It’s going to eat my lunch”

“It’s going to eat my lunch” is an often used phrase when a difficult challenge looms ahead. It came from the all too common experience of a school yard bully who took lunch money from a smaller kid and used … Continue reading

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