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Tag Archives: patience

Easy and Light

Reminiscent of grandma doing 50 in the fast-people-only lane, my slow-pokiness in all things spiritual has frustrated me for as long as I can remember. …

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What He Stood For

Seasoned by years of experience, I’d had my share of memorable teaching encounters but none quite matched this one. It began in a routine manner: …

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No Fair

Before my sophomore year in college, I managed to get a job at the Puyallup Fair, a popular event in the Puget Sound area. I …

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Definite Signs

“Will that be all?” Smiling, I motioned toward the plate of food. Without glancing up, the older gentleman rummaged through his worn wallet. I sat …

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The Gift of Time

This week I am struck by issues with time. Not just my use of time, but our expectations for time. I learned of a young …

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Life’s Little Drips

I am displeased–oh, phooey, I am ticked off. I left my aging dog for a grooming appointment at 10:30 this morning and six and one-half …

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