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Emotions, Options, Faith and Making Sense

I’ve been feeling frustrated. Nothing unusual there. Feeling frustrated, satisfied, discouraged, elated: that’s part of being human. Emotions happen. I’ll get back to that. Feeling frustrated isn’t anything new, either: “There he came to a cave, where he took shelter. … Continue reading

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Death at the Capitol: “Something Isn’t Working”

America’s 2020 presidential election is over. Its aggravation isn’t. I’m one of the many folks who opted to vote by mail. Election results weren’t entirely good or bad news from my viewpoint. This month’s news hasn’t been all bad. Even … Continue reading

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I am Not Samuel: But I’m Someone

Today’s first reading, 1 Samuel 3 3b:–10, 19, talks about ‘Samuel’s call.’ That’s the time God called Samuel. Several times. Finally, on call number three, Samuel said “Speak, for your servant is listening.” (1 Samuel 3:10) So, what’s that to … Continue reading

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Seeking Strange New Worlds, Life and Civilizations

I noticed “Research sheds new light on intelligent life existing across the galaxy” in last year’s science news headlines. That, and “‘Mirror Image’ of the Earth and Sun Discovered 3000 Light-Years Away,” started me writing about exoplanets, SETI and vaguely-related … Continue reading

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