Posts Tagged with ‘sorrow’

Sunday Best – September 22, 2019

This week brought the joy of being with family, and the satisfaction of some worthy work being done, and then some sharp sorrowful news from far away. It can be a terribly helpless feeling, caring from a distance – but in the midst of the floaty useless anxiety, I got to be near this amazing […]

Sunday Best – September 8, 2019

Every new beginning comes from some other beginning’s end.     – Seneca (or Semisonic)   Last week, I took a long hike with a dear friend, up through a forest that had been consumed by fire a few years back. It was not quite as conventionally pretty as other hikes nearby, with its ghost […]

Sunday Best – August 6, 2017

Life has such surprising left hooks sometimes, which is one reason I love the poetry of Mary Oliver.  Here we are, strolling in a field, mooning over a glorious grasshopper, and then POW!  She asks, Doesn’t everything die at last, and too soon?   Much as it stings, it is the POW that makes the […]

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