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The Potter’s Work

Sometimes the potter’s work is very messy. Pounding. Probing. Dizzying. Painfully slow. Hot. But his work is also sure as he moves with every turn on the wheel to create a vessel he’s envisioned—a vessel that’s useful and beautiful in … Continue reading

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Prayer is…

We cease to be God in prayer. Continue reading

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A Tribute to Grandmothers and Grandfathers – Especially Mine

Today, March 30th, is my grandmother’s birthday. I still miss her. She was just one of those people you enjoyed being with. I was reflecting on my love of poetry and music this week and realized that she helped uncover … Continue reading

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A Painter Came

A painter came by stealth last night and painted all the trees. He edged each bough with crystal and dripped white on fallen leaves. It did not take him long, I think, to scatter paint around. But, my! He left … Continue reading

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