“It is easier to cross a burning bridge with God than a safe highway with the devil.” Matshona Dhliwayo, African-Canadian philosopher This bridge is coming down right now -- leading to a bit of crazy town on every other road in my city. When you live in a land of mountains and rivers, transportation can… Continue reading Can't get there from here?
This suspension bridge -- the oldest of such in the world -- is in the opening scene of my new book, "Suspended Aggravation." It will release one chapter at a time beginning Feb. 2. Watch for links on this site for a free weekly read. Hey, blog friends! In preparation for my new book's Feb.… Continue reading The story behind the new book
(He's back -- found while decorating the 2019 tree this weekend! But, this 2018 post still wraps up what the season means for me. I hope it speaks to your heart, as well!) "I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the ending, saith the Lord, which is, and which was, and which is to… Continue reading I lost baby Jesus!
“Like when you sit in front of a fire in winter — you are just there in front of the fire. You don't have to be smart or anything. The fire warms you.” Desmond Tutu, South African clergy, on being filled with God's love It was one of those exchanges of comments that reminds bloggers… Continue reading When God is not enough
“There is a crack in everything. That's how the light gets in.” Leonard Cohen, Selected Poems, 1956-68 It was because of No. 2 pencils. We needed them. For one of those testing milestones that punctuate the teen years. My feet -- safe from falling -- even in the dark. "Let's walk to the store," my… Continue reading Enough light to keep from falling