Tag Archives: superstition

Ghosts?

Whether or not I believe in ghosts depends on what’s meant by “believe in” and “ghosts.” And how I see myself, for that matter. I’ll be talking about ghosts and why I think seances are a bad idea. Also, briefly, … Continue reading

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Prayer Routine: Month Four

It’s about four months since I started a new daily prayer routine. (February 19, 2017) I sometimes forget the morning set, but not often. Having a printout of both sets next to my keyboard helps. The evening prayers are another … Continue reading

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New Daily Prayer Routine

I tried — briefly — bargaining with God when we lost Elizabeth, our youngest child. (October 9, 2016) When the somewhat one-sided conversation was over, I was accepting the unpleasant realities, and asking for help dealing with them: so I … Continue reading

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Numbers and Nero

I don’t have the ‘I’d rather be dead’ attitude of the deceased in that 2011 Non Sequitur strip. My viewpoint is more like Edison Lee’s dad in yesterday’s comic. I figure that someone will win the 2016 American presidential election. … Continue reading

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