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How Shall We Sing the Lord’s Song in a Strange Land?

How Shall We Sing the Lord’s Song in a Strange Land? We crept up, watched a black man shovel dry burst of dirt into the air.  Engrossed, he didn’t see me till my friend hawked hard and then stepped out … Continue reading

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I am, O Anxious One.

I have always been a fan of Rainer Maria Rilke, and have regularly assigned his book, Letters to a Young Poet, in my mixed media class to help the students think outside of box. Here is a poem from his … Continue reading

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The Hearts of Men

Ran onto this poem, and thought I would place it here this evening. THE HEARTS OF MEN Swing like pendulums from rage to remorse, from anger to shame. They do not know The smaller increments of a gradual birth, the … Continue reading

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Passing the Orange

I have been for the past 12 years involved in, and am a leader within  a variety of groups that do “men’s work;” experiential weekends, groups, and the like.  It has been life changing.  As a part of this blog, … Continue reading

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