Monthly Archives: May 2009

“Aftermath” John Henson

Day of Pentecost, 2009, Crossings Service Advertisements

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Hugging Is New Handshake

I have mentioned publicly before my aversion to hugging.  It is really more that I am accustomed to a handshake and never comfortable about the rules of hugging.  A handshake was always the way of greeting in my family, with … Continue reading

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I’ve been wondering about this

blog: Is Kindle Hurting Barnes & Noble’s Web Sales? http://tinyurl.com/ot6l8c #kindle blog: Is Kindle Hurting Barnes & Noble’s Web Sales? http://tinyurl.com/ot6l8c #kindle — e_reading (@e_reading) May 27, 2009 My kindle is keeping me out of the store some, but I … Continue reading

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On Way

Watching wind in trees God-motions tangibly seen Outdoor cathedral

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Tutu Haiku

Words aren't shaping easily Telling of man put by God Freeing non-violently Picture not mine, but found here. It was incredible being in same room with such a historic figure for equality, justice; a true Nobel Peace laureate. The most … Continue reading

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“More To Love” John Henson

6th Sunday of Easter, Sanctuary Service, John Henson, John 15:9-19

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GTD Guru David Allen Re: Young Gens and Meaning

I am a GTD (getting things done) fan and love to hear or its architect David Allen.  He is now writing for Wired (you can also follow him now on twitter as gtdguy), as can be read below: The current … Continue reading

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