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I saw the most wondrous thing today!

I saw the most wondrous thing today A Tree—an oak actually her long gangly arms reaching skyward gnarly roots stretching out all around together weaving a tapestry of community fungi and bacteria and other plants and trees too all in … Continue reading

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A Father’s Lessons on Living and Dying

Through the grace of the stroke Boyd became a man who ‘lost his God.’ Boyd lost his theology. His religion. His beliefs. His need to posses the Truth. A certain kind of resiliency in Boyd was broken and…he found his heart…. It was as if the covers to Boyd’s Bible had fallen open in such a way as to break the books very spine, and he managed somehow to walk out of the story of his One and Only True God. Continue reading

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