Monthly Archives: November 2013

Tears

Frederick Buechner carefully divided his book on the longing for home into two major sections.  The first section is filled with reflections on his first home.  He believes that the home for which we long is somewhat like our first home.   … Continue reading

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End of Life

The Old Fool ponders end of life issues if for no other reason then that he is in the late octogenarian years, has witnessed the last breaths of his beloved spouse, experienced pneumonia, and had a recent 15 minutes of unconsciousness that the doctor said … Continue reading

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Books, Magazines, and thoughts

What are you reading? is a common question among friends.  So I will venture to answer the question for myself. I have borrowed the book, Amish, (Kraybill, Johnson-Weiner, Nolt) from the College Mennonite Church library.  My eyes will only allow … Continue reading

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