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Writing and Vulnerability

I was reminded by someone recently that writing makes us vulnerable. It’s one thing to ruminate in your head, quite another to share those words anonymously, and even more threatening to put your name on the page – so that … Continue reading

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Living in the Tension

STAYING OPEN: WRITING AS AN ACT OF FAITH I’m learning, in writing as in living, that sometimes we just have to live in the tension. I completed two writing assignments in the last few days and am beginning a larger … Continue reading

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See You on the Race Track

Living As Apprentices I recently discovered an old photo of myself in pink workout suit, grinning widely and holding a huge “gold” medal.   You see, more than two decades ago I was a race walker of sorts.  A friend … Continue reading

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