Monthly Archives: December 2016

A Clean Sheet of Paper (2017)

What does the phrase “a clean sheet of paper” mean to you?  I am sure it conjures up many things to many people. If you have been on a “Walk to Emmaus” weekend (or a similar event such as Chrysalis, Kairos, … Continue reading

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You Mean We Have to Go to Church on CHRISTMAS?

Every seven years or so, depending on leap years, Christmas Day ends up on Sunday.  The first time I really remember it happening in my lifetime was when I was in sixth grade.  As a family, we always focused on … Continue reading

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Tracks in the Snow 2016

Many years ago I wrote this basic story and submitted it to the Huntsville Times newspaper.  It was printed and that paved the way for several later columns in the same newspaper.  I then used it as one of my … Continue reading

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Christmas Lights

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, to quote a popular song of the season.  Even though it is cold in many parts of the country, the feeling of warmth is tangible.  One of the joys of getting up … Continue reading

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A Beautiful Dawn

Most of the time I use original material in my souletosoul writings.  But on rare occasions, I have shared stories and ideas from others.  This week, my wife, Deborah, read a piece in Streams in the Desert, one of her … Continue reading

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