Category Archives: Inspirational Thoughts

Violence Blinds the Eye Seeking Truth

I struggle whenever hate is base for any platform of change. Continue reading

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Awakened by Grief

Grief is a funny thing. It has a mind of its own. Even though I try never to run from it, because it will chase me down, I still run. I don’t want to feel this emotion today or any … Continue reading

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How I Absorb History as a Personal Experience in Moral Growth

My personal experience at the Anne Frank Museum. Continue reading

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Twenty-Four Hours in New York City

My husband, Eddie, and I are traveling to visit our daughter, son-in-law, and grandson in Amsterdam. My husband is a type A planner for vacations and I am a C+. I am okay with relaxing on vacation and missing a … Continue reading

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Going to the Well

When I need to seek guidance from my Lord, I go to the well. For many years, I prayed by meditating on the scripture of The Woman at the Well. Her story is one of my favorite archetypes in the … Continue reading

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Not my message today, but one that is very important. 7 Edith Stein quotes every woman should read

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Offering Respect by Taking a Step Backwards

I find myself in the position of many faithful Christians. My adult children have concluded that organized religion and belief in the Triune God as “The One” is not for them. I thought that I had dealt with this issue … Continue reading

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