A Dream and A Calling

Who is Calling? (Photo by Anand Thakur on Unsplash)

The journey I started five years ago is taking a turn into uncharted territory. At least uncharted for me. After many missteps and delays, I am about to step tentatively into the unknown. Within seven days, my dream career will end. I have heard the call and I follow.

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Translating Understanding

How Do You Seek Answers? (Photo by Rachel Coyne on Unsplash)

When scripture is translated into another language, the translation can introduce another set of rules muddling the meaning. But, as in everything, there is a good side. The translation can also give me a different perspective.

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A New Year with Experience

A Garden of Knowledge Gained (Photo by Milly Moss)

What do you think? Do I leave the year behind, rush headlong into an uncertain future, or ponder the past and see how it applies. Like so many of us, year 2020 has switched up my perspective. It is the year when it fell apart. When things didn’t work out as planned.

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A Merry Christmas from Florida

Florida Snow on Christmas Eve 2020 (Photo by Milly)

Yes, the mountain girl went to the beach yesterday, Christmas Eve, and that is Florida ‘snow’ that you see on the water. A cold front moved through SoFlo* this morning. The high yesterday was eighty degrees with winds, cloudy skies and a chance of ‘snow.’ As I write this, the temperature outside is fifty-five degrees. We expect the low tonight to be forty-two degrees. I’d better cover the plants! BRR! {Guffaw!} This is as close to a White Christmas as we get. Can you see the whitecaps on the Atlantic?

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Cherish the Elders

Happy Grandparents Day!  I wouldn’t have remembered it yesterday if not for my Parish Priest’s reminder.  It is easy to forget it in the myriad of days dedicated to something or another in the United States. However, it got me thinking… What has God got to say about our grandparents and elders?

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Unconditional?

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Photo by Aaron Burden on Unsplash

I have been avoiding this post for about two weeks.  This is something I did not want to believe; yet the Lord in His infinite patience taught me I must let go of a false belief.  I don’t want to think my grandmother could have been off track, but… maybe? Continue reading “Unconditional?”