Tag Archives: Wes Granberg-Michaelson

Chasing Gratitude

“Darkness deserves gratitude.  It is the alleuia point at which we learn to understand that all growth does not take place in the sunlight” (Joan Chittister). Thanksgiving Day will be lonely and uneventful for many Americans this year.  The loss of … Continue reading

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From My Reading – January

“Our own happiness, our own peace, can never be complete until we find some way of sharing it with people who the way things are now have no happiness and know no peace. Jesus calls us to show this truth … Continue reading

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Do You Have an Anchor-Hold?

Long ago, I was taught that reading fiction requires “suspending our disbelief.” Today we have to suspend our belief so that we can determine what is fiction. Perhaps in 2017, we can call truth a “shape-shifter,” transforming its form at … Continue reading

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