Monthly Archives: March 2013

Now that Lent is winding down

As Lent winds down, I’m reflecting on my Lenten fast from fear and control.  Was any progress made?  Not surprisingly, many opportunities to look at these two issues presented themselves since Lent began on February 13.   We do get more … Continue reading

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Arguing with Reality

A woman sat in the salon chair examining her newly dyed locks when I walked in for my hair appointment. “It’s too yellow,” the woman said to the salon owner, Jill.,”  “Some people like it this yellow.  If you don’t … Continue reading

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A Good Life

Keith Flynn fell in love with poetry at 17.  He knew that if he were ever identified as a poet, he would have done something worthwhile with his life. Fast forward twenty plus years. Keith stands before a group of … Continue reading

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A Lesson from Jim Carrey about Passion and Persistence

In an interview I watched recently, comedian Jim Carrey related his worst experience on stage.  Carrey said that he opened for a popular Canadian band early in his career. The crowd booed and shouted for him to get off the … Continue reading

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