fear and courage

What is love? It seems like an easy question to be asked, and one that anyone could answer.¬†And yet, so many people are searching for the answer to the question, “what is love.” Last October I wrote a post about love, giving a child’s excellent explanation to the question. Now, almost nine months later, I […]

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G is for Great

May 28, 2013

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Driving home recently, Monkey started telling me what a great letter “G” was in the alphabet. It seemed like an unusual start to a conversation, so I asked him to explain his thoughts to me. Monkey told me he was thinking of all the good words for the letters in the alphabet as we were […]

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Huffington Post is calling the Boston area a war zone, more are dead, and terror is now taking hold of the residents in Watertown.¬†Before learning about what transpired overnight in Boston, I had thoughts of a happy, uplifting song for Song of the Week. But after learning of the early-morning events, and a story about […]

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Yesterday our eyes saw too much blood, smoke, and carnage than we should have on a beautiful spring day. And our hearts felt heavier than any of us expected when we woke to start our week. As a nation, our hearts have not fully healed from the December tragedy in Sandy Hook, and yet we […]

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As adults, we aren’t fearful of monsters under our bed anymore. Instead it might be how to support a family when faced with unemployment, being alone after divorcing, or life changing once becoming an empty nester. While these few examples of adult fears potentially have more impact on us than the possibility of a monster […]

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