Tuesday, July 5 2022 - 10:45 PM

Reasons to Live

Beloved Voices

It was Sunday. It was raining. I had two jars of homemade spaghetti sauce left from last summer’s bounty. A perfect day as any to …

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Breakfast with Gratitude

At university, my housemates and I would spend time together in the kitchen at the weekend, constructing the most elaborate breakfast. As a house of …

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Religion or Christ?

“There seems to be a growing fear and confusion in my church about the decline of Christianity in America. I’ve read the statistics. I continue to …

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Suicide and Success

In conversation with a young adult I’ll call Sophie, we talked about the suicide of a friend of hers I’ll call Tommy. “He was the …

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A Summer’s Walk

A late summer walk can be lovely especially if there’s a light breeze, puffy white clouds and – low humidity. That’s how it was that …

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The Tip Jar

One bitterly cold February day driving from Wisconsin to Georgia, feeling dispirited by all the dissension and even downright vitriol in the country, I pulled …

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Art Saves

Art as a concept saves lives and everyone should make room for it in theirs. A short declaration but it is a true one, and …

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A Lesson From Suicide

In conversation with a young adult I’ll call Sophie, we talked about the suicide of a friend of hers I’ll call Tommy. “He was the …

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