Category Archives: Forgiveness

Forty More Days, Day 33–On Forgiveness

Tonight I was going to write an original blog, but sometimes I stumble across one of my earlier writings and find that it articulates very well for me what I might have struggled with this evening. In searching for what … Continue reading

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Forty More Days, Day 30–No Regrets, Continued

I want to make something perfectly clear–or as perfectly as I can: when I wrote the other about having no regrets, I didn’t mean me, that is I said that I want to live a life with few or no … Continue reading

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Forty Days Revisited, Day 38–The Power of Forgiveness

Each year for the past four years, I have decided to write a Lenten blog, and every year of those four I get to a point in the process where I wonder what possessed me to start in the first … Continue reading

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Forty Days Revisited, Day 3—You Shall Know the Truth

And that truth will make you free. John 8:32 I’ve been thinking a lot about truth lately. It would seem that, unfortunately, truth is hard to come by these days. I’ve not seen so much blatant lying demonstrated and paraded … Continue reading

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The Next Forty Days, Day 31–No Going Back

There is a novel titled, “You Can’t Go Home Again.” It was written by American author Thomas Wolfe. I have not read it, but I’ve spent a good deal of time considering the notion of whether or not one actually … Continue reading

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Day 14–The Power of Letting Go

At the end of life, our questions are very simple: Did I love well? Did I live fully? Did I learn to let go? ~Jack Kornfield I was talking to a friend on the phone the other night. It was actually … Continue reading

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