Monthly Archives: November 2017

the pilgrimage

I’m not sure when I first thought of life as a pilgrimage.  I remember that early on in life I became aware of the writing of John Bunyan, the author of the classic Pilgrims Progress.  Among the education materials that … Continue reading

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New Word and New Concept

I’ve learned a new word: Ecotopia is a name for a fertile edge that lies between a forest and a meadow. It is a metaphor for many “fertile edges” that lie  between disparate situations. I am discovering a Ecotopia as I live … Continue reading

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More of our Friendship

I am still responding to those who wonder what Joyce and I do when we are together. The story goes back to before we were close friends. Our paths crossed in a grief group sponsored by the church when Joyce … Continue reading

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