Monthly Archives: October 2011

Inflation

    It was 1981. I was married then, and our little family of three survived on the thinest of margins. I made a mediocre salary working at a community mental health center and my wife was a full-time student with … Continue reading

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That Hideous, Familiar Voice

    We’ve all heard it, especially those of us who like to think of ourselves as Christians. We tend to attune to it more because it is a jarring intrusion on who we like to think we are. To the sophisticated and better educated “the voice” generally seems … Continue reading

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Angelo: Part III ~ Keep on Truckin’

      I felt relieved when I saw my neighbor Angelo out walking again last night. He turned 92 on Saturday, Oct 8, and I hadn’t seen him out since a day or two before that. The weekend of his birthday the weather was … Continue reading

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