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Q(uiet) T(ime) M(usings) for 6/2/17: SO, MOVING AHEAD . . .
You can never go where you’re supposed to be by staying where you are. Nathaniel Bronner said that and lived by it. I ran across that statement again over a month ago, jotted it down so it would be looking up at me each morning when I sat down at my desk, and read it. … Continue reading
100-Word Stroll for 8/8/16: DO UNTO OTHERS, YADDA YADDA
Bedtime for the kids, “at-last” time for Sarah. Boyish yelling bounced her up and running to find Tim’s two-year-old sister tightly gripping a handful of the five-year-old’s hair. Gently removing hair from the little girl’s grip, she responded in fluent PC. Soft, reasoning “I’m-your-friend” tones. “We didn’t mean it, did we, honey?” To Tim: “She doesn’t understand that hurts.” … Continue reading
QTMs for 4/25/16: WHAT DOES IT TAKE TO ‘REALLY’ TICK GOD OFF?
Tell Him he doesn’t know what He’s talking about. Seriously. That’ll do it. Make fun of His created order, of His rules for living, and of how He organized His Universe in general and our world in particular. Look God right in the eye and tell Him He’s an idiot. Better yet, lay this one on ‘im: … Continue reading
GRANGER: “WE REALLY FRIENDS?”
“Puh-CHEENG-g-g-g!” It struck me that the chooser of the Facebook private messaging sound had to be a morning person, an inveterate optimist. The high-pitched, cheery, sharp little sound easily overrode all the other chirps, boops, bips and Zedge’s stylized notifications. Couldn’t be ignored on a bet. It further struck me that the chooser would be virulently … Continue reading