#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for July, 2005

London

For several years, London was my second home. I kept a flat in Hans Place, behind Harrod’s, and spent many happy times there. I came to love the humor and bravery of the British people.

It breaks my heart that London has been attacked. But if there is one thing I know, it is how courageous the British really are. The Blitz could not defeat their spirit, and neither will the terrorists, however unconscionable their acts.

May God bless and keep my beloved Brits.

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The story you star in

Okay, so we’ve gotten it, that writing our own “movies” doesn’t work very well. The cast is unruly. The sets change constantly. It rains when sunshine would suit our plot-line better, etc.

Etc. Etc. Etc.!

But there IS a story, and it stars you. It’s your own, authentic life. The little you, becoming the big, true you. To some extent, it’s an autobiography–nothing lets us off the hook for making responsible, day-to-day choices. That’s our part.

It came to me in my journaling this morning that our lives are really biographies, and the Author is God. We can kick and

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Though the term “stick ’em up” is widely used in Western films, it wasn’t actually coined until the 1930’s.

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