Monthly Archives: October 2014

More Omens?

Freda commented that my blogs are upbeat.  I’m glad she feels that way. Some years ago I decided if a sermon didn’t have good news in it, it shouldn’t be preached. Sam Hedrin is the informal meeting of retired professionals … Continue reading

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Omens

My Joy and I learned about “omens” by reading The Alchemist, a famous allegorical  novel by Paulo Coelho.   On the way out of Joanna’s Restaurant  this morning I saw a doll that someone had placed on window sill. A artificial … Continue reading

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The Old Fool Judges his Judging

This morning the spokesman for a radio commercial promoting a beauty salon noted the colorful fall leaves and declared that women’s hair should also be colorful. The Old Fool formed a hasty opinion: women were being squeezed into the world’s … Continue reading

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