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Swept Away

Lots of people have the jitters on their wedding day, and I was no exception.  Mine were about the dancing. Like many of my generation, I learned most of what I know about dancing from John Travolta and “Saturday Night … Continue reading

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Coming Down From the Mountain

In high school, I worked weekends and summers in a climatology lab at Lamont-Doherty Geological Observatory, an outpost of Columbia University perched high atop the Palisades cliffs overlooking the Hudson.  It was a great gig.  One of my primary responsibilities … Continue reading

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Stubbornness

My son sings in an a cappella group at his high school.  The young men are known for their skillful harmonies, their playful enthusiasm and their natty dressing.  They also have a tendency to make costuming decisions maddeningly close to … Continue reading

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Hospitality

With one year of seminary under my belt, I moved to a mountaintop town in the Berkshires to serve as their summer minister.  It was a tiny, close-knit community, and many families had deep roots in the place.  One of … Continue reading

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