Where have all the flowers gone? Long time passing Where have all the flowers gone? Long time ago Where have all the flowers gone? Girls have picked them every one When will they ever learn? When will they ever learn
Have you ever had a teachable moment? You know the kind—where you’re the student and someone or something else is the teacher. You may not like it at the time, but the lesson sticks with you.
God hurled a cosmic gift across the sky on Monday, August 21. Crickets and cicadas came to life. An eerie, organish light permeated the air. Streetlights came on at 2:47 in the afternoon. All climaxing in a dark, perfectly round
Princess Diana called her sons from Paris shortly before she was killed in an automobile accident. Both of the boys cut the call short – they were eager to get back to whatever it was they were doing before she
An angel carved of stone. Meditation benches. A stone altar. Lush greenery — trees, shrubbery, flowers. Friends and family nestled in sacred soil. A carved St. Francis of Assisi. Quietude permeating the air. The Memorial Garden gracing the back yard
It turns out that if you kiss a Banana Slug, your lips will tingle. Yep, tingle. And if you go through with it, your reward is to become a member of the Banana Slug Club. The mystery becomes clear when
Hummingbirds keep us company throughout the spring, summer and early fall. And then they leave us for their long trips south. A woman writes to Dear Abby that her long-time friend has left their relationship and won’t tell her why.
A torso, transparent, with arms extended to the sides, hangs suspended over the table where Jesus sits with 12 figures, commonly thought to be his disciples. Jesus, also transparent, points to the figure above him. Whose torso is it? Christ
What if? What if I had done this, or you had done that? What if I had made that decision, or you had made a different decision? As John Greenleaf Whittier put it in his poem “Maud Muller,” “For of
“As vapor rose through the clouds and began to condense, it deposited its moisture on tiny bits of airborne debris, ranging from submicroscopic … nuclei to pollen, spider webs, volcanic ash, steamship exhaust, Saharan dust, even the pulverized ferrous salts