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Wishing It Was Different by Rev. Glenda Walden

Fri, 07/31/2020 - 12:59pm -- ccousineau

I wonder how many of you wish things could be different?  I know I miss seeing my congregation gathered and mask free.  I wish we could have been together this year for Conference.  I’m guessing I am not the only one spending time and energy pushing against what is.  What if we stopped wishing things were different and instead started seeing things differently?  Our Conference themes this year all expressed the idea of 2020 being the year of clearer vision.  Perhaps clearer vision comes with a shift in our own perception.

 

What is Alive in You? by Rev. Ray Nelson

Thu, 04/30/2020 - 5:09pm -- ccousineau

            One of the most common questions asked when meeting someone whether for the first time or for the 100th time is “how are you” or “how are you doing.” Typically, I have found, we really don’t want to take the time or energy to truly know how someone is doing. On a recent podcast with Brene Brown, she remarked we don’t really have the time or inclination to know.

Slipping Through My Fingers by Carl Nawrot

Thu, 03/05/2020 - 12:37pm -- ccousineau
 
     Last month my grandkids and I spent the second week celebrating all of our birthdays. My granddaughter’s birthday is the 7th, my grandson’s is the 13th and mine is the 14th. It occurred to me that we have now been doing this for 21 years, since Nicolette is now 21, Michael is 28 and I’m??. My mind went to all the stages of life that we have gone through together, from feeding to babysitting to homework helping (yes, grandparents are valuable). We then moved on to teaching them both to drive and seeing the satisfaction when they both passed.

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