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“Never What It’s Supposed to Be”: A Sermon

What follows is a sermon I gave at Towson Unitarian Universalist Church on Sunday, June 25, 2017.  Included here are two readings which were part of the service. “Yesterday’s just a memory, and tomorrow is never what it’s supposed to be.” –Bob … Continue reading

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Greatest Hits

This is the 400th post to …said the blind man…, and it seems like a natural time to look back and highlight a few of my personal favorite posts from the almost two years I’ve been doing this. Depending on … Continue reading

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Life Itself (Day Three)

(The prompt today was to write a sea shanty. Hey, NaPoWriMo, what the hell? I disregarded their suggestion.) Life Itself Roger Ebert has cancer again and you wonder what he did to deserve all the pain and suffering of his … Continue reading

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