Monthly Archives: January 2013

Pulling Up

Depression in any of its forms is a ravenous life cancer. I watched my mother suffer through it in the last seasons of her 58 year old life. For her, depression’s well spring was almost always directly tied to people. … Continue reading

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We’re not really friends (yet) ;-)

I’ve been wrestling with something the last few weeks – heck – year and a half of my life. And it wasn’t until a veritable sleepless night last night that I was able agree on which, if any, visual example … Continue reading

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Has anyone seen Harrison?

Harrison walked briskly away from his 86 Toyota Camry and into the dark undergrowth of the Pisgah National Forest. The weight of the padded pack straps ate into his soft shoulders – long since having lost their temper and strength … Continue reading

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We’ve lost our ability to think

I’ve been debating with someone on Facebook now since the Newtown shootings. I’ve been going back and forth with him not so much about gun control but about logic. Applying logical in its fullest form to a situation, and reasoning … Continue reading

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Jesus and Dick Clark

Something came to mind this morning as I slowly shake off my up-way-too-late-headache. I remembered something that Jesus did. A verse not many people are familiar with. One of those things you read and glance past because it sounds pretty, … Continue reading

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