Monthly Archives: July 2013

Why?

People ask me frequently why God would let this horrible thing happen, or that horrible thing happen, and what I’d like to share with my readers is first of all, we have no way of knowing God’s Plan, or whether … Continue reading

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Crotchety

I visit people who many would kindly describe as “crotchety,” someone who is “subject to whims, crankiness, or ill temper.”  Unfortunately what I see all too often is how long-time friends and family members stop visiting crotchety old Aunt Nellie, Uncle … Continue reading

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Sudden Life Changes

As I do my daily rounds visiting residents as a chaplain intern, I come across people whose lives changed in an instant due to some sort of accident.  Their first stop is the hospital, their second is rehab, and from … Continue reading

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Independence Day 2013

Yesterday I stayed home, cleaned house, cooked, had company over for a nice picnic meal, and then went out to see the fireworks with our visitors.  As I did all that, in the back of my mind were all the … Continue reading

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