Monthly Archives: October 2012

An Everlasting Love

Today, we celebrate Dia de los Muertos. Our loved ones gather around us. We see their faces. We hear their voices. And we remember. We remember the fullness of their lives. Continue reading

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BOOKS, BOOKS, BOOKS

Books, you ask a woman whose first job out of college was in a library about books in her study, books on the bedside table and books in the queue.  Do we have enough time and text? We have books and … Continue reading

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A MATTER OF CHOICE

In less than three weeks, Americans will go to the polls.  Some of us are already voting.  If you ask me, that moment is long overdue.  We’ve spent far too much money and hurled far too many words already.   … Continue reading

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Friday Five: The Long Path

Today the Rev Gal Friday Five questions focus on art–its place in women’s lives and its place in worship.  My mind immediately jumped to a poem I once read.  It’s from the Navajo Night Way Ceremony.  It goes like this: … Continue reading

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