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In time

Without time,
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Advent in the meantime

Light and dark his skin and mine. “Who has the time?” he asked. I had said, “I am a process person.” He said it quietly, but I heard the harmonic ringing out: “Time is a privilege.” The time between “thy … Continue reading

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St Michael and All Angels

They were not created on the first day. They are not light, nor dark; they live in bright shadows in between. They do not rise nor set; they were not created on the fourth day. They are not reputed to … Continue reading

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I had time

This morning, I had time, but, fickle friend that it is, it ran out on me, and I found myself as usual chasing it down the street and down the day … Continue reading

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Advent meditation: parables, fools, and poetry

Written for the Diocese of Ohio Advent meditations collection, Advent 2014 (see more at http://www.dohio.org) Readings for Thursday of the First Week of Advent: Psalm 118: 19-24; Isaiah 26: 1-6; Matthew 7: 21-27 Rock of Ages They called him a … Continue reading

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When

In the beginning, you created time, moments given to live in. Our time’s not our own. Although you made us with all the time in the world, the little we find we keep tightly wound as though we make time for … Continue reading

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