Archive for October 3rd, 2018

Opening a door

With a POA we are opening a door to better caring; we are closing a door to those who might not make the best choices.

:- Doug.

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Footprints in the Windsm # 1816–For all fragile life’s sake

Footprints in the Windsm # 1816

Choice. We have. Choose riots and protest, death and looting. Choose letting forces of hate and division have their day. Choose a third way, without trail marked for us, loving for all fragile life’s sake.


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Leaving anecdotes

Some prophets of old acted out their message in peculiar ways: Ezekiel lay on his left side for 390 days; Isaiah wandered around naked; Hosea married a prostitute. They were leaving anecdotes For the Grandchildren.

:- Doug.

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Old people are like lawyers:

Old people are like lawyers: we tell disparaging jokes about them as a class, but we love our own.

:- Doug.

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My work

My work for the generations—to dream.

:- Doug.

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Our gift?

What do we have to give the grandchildren? It is not up to us to determine how they receive it. Simply put it out there.

:- Doug.

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