Monthly Archives: March 2016

Thoughts on my 90th

As I listened to the debate between Secretary Clinton and Senator Sanders I was also reading an article in Truthout about the voices of veterans against war.  Since politicians say they care so much for veterans, I hope that they will … Continue reading

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Two Bibles

The First Book God gave to humanity is nature, according to Richard Rohr. He believes that we cannot fully understand the Bible without observing it. Last Saturday afternoon I viewed a movie in our Gathering Place that featured Gaither’s “Passin’ … Continue reading

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Solomon’s Castle

As I remember, It was while I was still living in Florida that Rachel and I visited Solomon’s Castle, Ona, Florida.  We were traveling alone when we decided to explore the lonely dot on the map designated Solomon’s Castle.  I … Continue reading

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