Tag Archives: peace

Green Pastures, Still Waters

April 29, 2021

Every morning, at least now that summer weather has come, I take my walk early, in the cool of the morning. Before I go to my parents’ place to dispense their medication. Before I sit down at my computer to begin my writing/tutoring/revising work. Before life interrupts.

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Hope for the New Year? How about Peace?

January 8, 2021

In lieu of making resolutions each new year, many of my friends choose a single word to be their focus for the year. For me, I set goals to aim for instead of resolutions. Besides, I’m better at choosing a word in hindsight to describe the year that was. But I do appreciate reading the […]

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Decision-Making: Pressure or Peace?

September 17, 2020

Sometimes I think I must be nuts. One book is about to be released, another one is attracting the interest of several publishing companies, and I’m starting to submit a third book. Any one  would be stressful; I’m juggling three at the same time. I long for the day all three are published and the […]

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Not Wrong, Just Different

February 4, 2019

The Redbud Post published my article for their current issue–about conflict resolution over current events, with ideas for how to make your way in this toxic climate we live in today. Click here to read the article. You can subscribe to The Redbud Post here. The Redbud Post is a monthly, online magazine written by […]

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A lot can happen in a week

February 26, 2014

While the rest of the world watched Putin’s Olympics, people in neighboring Ukraine witnessed a different scenario, a violent one. The protests, already enduring for three months in Kiev’s Independence Square, suddenly escalated to the point of claiming 88 lives. My last post echoed the chorus of pleas sent out via cyberspace, asking believers everywhere […]

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