Monthly Archives: October 2020

Power and Greatness

The US elections is less than a week away. Before I go into the main topic I do encourage citizens to vote. Historically Mennonites did not vote or participate in government, but Mennonites have generally changed their opinions on voting. … Continue reading

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Be Like Rain

Dear One, I’ve been thinking about rain. While I typically think of rain as water falling from the skies, its definition is as broad as: “a large quantity of anything falling rapidly or in quick succession.” As in, a rain of abuse. Those of … Continue reading

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Leave the Timing

Dear One, This week an article appeared in the Washington Post about a¬†house for sale. A house that’s provided refuge for more than 56,000 people from approximately 170 countries¬†over the past 50 years. A house that Hubby and I were … Continue reading

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