Unintended Consequences

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Most of my career I worked in the public sector. In my field unintended consequences are a big concern. Anytime decisions, policies, and/or actions are taken, we consider the possible outcomes and what might be the unintended consequences. This process includes determining as many “what ifs” as possible. Good intentions can have hurtful results.

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Let’s Catch up

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Yes, I am going ‘old school.’ Catching up was a common phrase back in the day. It was a way for friends to get caught up on each other’s lives. I guess today the phrase is, let’s grab a cup of coffee. I remember coffee or tea as an established part of catching up, not the main event. Catching up was all about friends, family and life.

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Where is My Security?

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Security? It’s not in a Mask!  (Photo by Milly Moss)

Praise God!  The Bishop opened the Churches in South Florida!  Sunday I attended Mass in person for the first time in three months.  We, the Body of Christ, were back facing down fear for Faith.  It had me questioning the price of security! Continue reading “Where is My Security?”

Loss & Restoration

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Last Sunday, the priest on the TV talked about sacred music and its place in glorifying God. Music is one of my triggers for chronic pain. I find myself avoiding music in general. While the priest discussed how music is woven into worship, I felt a sense of loss. At home, I can control what I listen to and the volumes. But in general I don’t listen to a lot of music anymore. Continue reading “Loss & Restoration”