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Forgiveness

I have been thinking about forgiveness.  It is a deeply challenging topic in the prison where I volunteer. You would think that the question would be whether the women there can feel forgiven – by their victims, by society, by … Continue reading

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May It Be So

It has been a hard week.  Early Easter morning my uncle died.  At almost 90, his death was not a tragedy; but we will miss him deeply.  And then came news of the death of a friend’s teen aged son. … Continue reading

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Finding My Way…

     I am sitting at my desk today feeling buffeted by Friday’s inauguration and Saturday’s marches.  Opposing words, opposing visions, opposing passions.  I am aware that, while I have a clear preference, my reality does not align completely with … Continue reading

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Spaciousness

A year ago I wrote a post for this blog about letting go of beloved possessions.  We were preparing to move from the house in which we raised our children to an “independent living” apartment. Last month we made that move, … Continue reading

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The Wiz

Last week I saw a production of The Wiz produced by Rehabilitation Through the Arts (RTA).  It was performed by inmates at a women’s maximum security prison for an audience of inmates. The RTA director described the story as one … Continue reading

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We are moving. Not soon, thank goodness; probably next summer. But every object in our house must be touched, held, and a decision made. Does it come with us or leave us? When we came to this house, our children … Continue reading

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