Tagged: winter

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Sacred Music Sunday: The Lord Is My Light

January and February are hard for me. I live in the northern hemisphere, and I’m extremely solar powered. By the time January hits, I’m just done. It’s been dark for months, and the gentle...

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Sacred Music Sunday: Abide with Me

This past week was the solstice – summer for the northern hemisphere and winter for the southern. I live in the middle of a hot desert, so summer makes me cranky. There’s an oppressive...

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Announcement: Winter 2014 Issue Now Available

This issue explores important themes like the current rhetoric surrounding the modesty discourse from marriage and family therapist Jennifer Finlayson-Fife, as well as a beautiful collection of personal essays and inspired artwork.  Subscribe or...

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Brown Paper Packages Tied Up with Strings…

Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens Bright copper kettles and warm woolen mittens Brown paper packages tied up with strings These are a few of my favorite things Cream colored ponies and crisp...

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My first winter in a long time

by Brooke Moving from Southern CA to New England is like moving from a virtually weatherless bubble to the real world. So I think about weather constantly. And maybe everyone else here does too,...

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Winter

I don’t like winter. At the first hint of changing leaves in the fall, although I try my best to appreciate all the splendor of nature, a faint feeling of dread begins to settle...