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A monologue

I am one, unique, yet alive. I am old, yet young My ears hear the hope for something new, better, someone to trust. And I have eyes to see the absence of politeness and the presence of belittling scorn. And I have … Continue reading

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Which is Better: Faith or Hope?

Several days ago My Joyce and I heard Ron Byler, MCC/USA Executive Director, give an illustrated report of the work of MCC and its partners as they witness for the peace of Jesus in many of the hot spots around … Continue reading

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Generosity all around

Leaving the wonders of the Southwest behind, Greencroft welcomed me.  I discovered that the attendants had cleaned my “castle,” and locked its doors. My Joyce had watered my small container flowers placed among the memory stones on my small patio. … Continue reading

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