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Herein lies a place not only to discover, but also to interpret that wonderful gift -- that challenging experience -- that crazy world-- called LIFE.

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For those whose curiosity brims, I am a RN turned Methodist pastor. I enjoy lots of things, am troubled by several things, and hope for many things. But, if you keep reading, I suppose you will find that out anyway.

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Saturday, December 31, 2005

New Year, Old Hat

Many times in the beginning of the New Year, it seems as though we rehash many of the patterns established over the long haul. We intend well, but often come up short as to what our main purpose is and who and what we are living for. This is a time to think about our feelings and find new meaning and, presumably, new hope in the coming trip around the sun. Why are we here seems to be the over-asked, and still unanswered question. But it is fun to think about, eh? Happy New Year's Eve. Remember well.

Friday, December 30, 2005

Welcome to the End of Times

Ok, so maybe it is not exactly the end of times. Maybe it is only the end of 2005, but since so many think that we may be living in the end of time anyway, I thought it an appropriate title to mark the end of the year--as well as catch attention for this first post of my new blog site. Welcome, friend. There shall be more to come!