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Archive for June, 2014

Since last we met….

A great deal has happened, some of it good, some of it not so much.

On the morning of my birthday (June 10), a good friend passed away.  Of course we were and are saddened by the loss, but there are is comfort in knowing he is at peace now, no longer suffering and surely reunited with the lost loved ones he missed so much.

We’ve had a lot to contend with recently, but life goes on, of course.  (Without soliciting anyone’s opinion on the matter, naturally.)

Once again, the computer ate a few words of the blog.  (ERRRRG!)  On

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And yet there is joy…

I realized it–again–this morning, while chatting with the Big Guy.  I say “again” because, while the awareness is always there, it is often submerged in the fuss and flurry of everyday life.  To paraphrase Albert Camus (since the exact wording of the quote escapes me at the moment), in the midst of darkness, I learned that there is in me an infinite summer.

Deep down, the still, small voice speaks.  What does it say?  All is well. 

And I believe that’s true, whatever events may be unfolding up here on the surface of thought.  We are faulty, limited creatures, methinks,

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Around 1541, the present state of Texas was called Tejas, a Spanish version of the Caddo word meaning “allies.”

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