Don’t Lose Your Poise. Whatever happens on the ball field today, don’t lose your poise. — Frank Broyles. Fifty years ago I played football for Arkansas. Despite many wonderful moments, fame and glory came with a price. No, not what you think — the injuries, but during those “glory days” we each carried a target on…

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I struggled with my meditation this morning, in fact I’ve been struggling since I heard a man say on NPR say, “Who and what we believe, is determined by our politics.” I bet you can guess about what he was talking about, but that’s not my purpose in bringing it up. What troubles me is…

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Non cooperation with evil is much a duty as cooperation with good. — Gandhi. Gandhi’s non-cooperation and civil disobedience won India its freedom from Great Britain, and his words and actions won him world wide acclamation. I have been a big fan for years and have and read several biographies. I am drawn to his…

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And all of us, with unveiled faces, seeing the glory of the Lord as though reflected in a mirror, are being transformed into the same image from one degree of glory to another. — 2 Corinthians 3:18a. One of the requirements of authors these days is to participate in social media. Facebook, Twitter, and a Webpage…

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Do I dare disturb the universe?  — T.S. Eliot. It is hard to imagine a poet disturbing the universe, but look who did: 1. A Lawyer –Gandhi. 2. A Tiny Nun –Mother Teresa. 3.A Bus Rider –Rosa Parks. The list could go on forever. And don’t forget the carpenter who this Lent thin is all about —…

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