Monthly Archives: July 2014

Show Me the Trail

I was in an unfamiliar city today. Yesterday a neighbor told me that the Ice Age Trail was only a mile away.   I listened carefully to this neighbor’s direction, as I wanted to walk this trail. This morning I started … Continue reading

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Recognizing the “Hound of Heaven”

The “Hound of Heaven” is a well-known poem written by Frances Thomas more than a hundred years ago. It is long, which is important for those of us with faith through aging eyes.  I recommend reflectively reading the whole poem. … Continue reading

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That’s Your Answer

I have a friendship that I deeply cherish even though we only connect once every two years and then for just a few hours. Yet, that brief time consistently both nurtures my soul and empowers me to travel light.  We … Continue reading

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Resting in the Second Story

One of the benefits of Faith Through Aging Eyes is the realization that I have been casted for two movies that are playing simultaneously.  The first movie depicts the ordinary events of life. My role in this is obvious to … Continue reading

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