Reflecting on Another Mass Shooting

  4% of the town population was obliterated. Eight members of a single family were killed. The gunman's grandmother-in-law could not avoid the destruction. Even the pastor's daughter died yesterday. It was denounced as an act of evil. It was evil. I don't know much about the shooter. No one does yet. It's been barely 24 hours... Continue Reading →

November 5th

Bare trees with branches, tentacle-like, grasp. Exposed bark. Leaves cling to a few oaks, green tinged with yellow, orange, brown. There is a difference between being alone and being lonely. God has given us nature to surround us and wrap us like a garment, and I have had only a few moments of electrifying clarity... Continue Reading →

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