Category Archives: Shalom People

A Modest Hope for Titus Lee (Part II)

I was stumbling through my archives last night and ran across this prenatal piece I wrote for Titus Lee. I imagine that he’ll grow quickly. We all do. He’ll learn to eat solid food soon, learn to say “scared” instead … Continue reading

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More Than Meager Graces

image source Molly Beth and I sat in the hospital cafeteria; she was mashing macaroni and cheese under her plastic fork. “We had a baby chicken a few weeks ago,” she said. “It got a foot disease or something so … Continue reading

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Malone’s Scar

I was chopping onions in the kitchen when he knocked on the front door. “You know I live here, why’d you knock?” I asked. “It just seemed polite,” he said before giving me a hug. Malone’s wife came in behind … Continue reading

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Number 176

Over he last few decades we have been inundated by a torrent of words.  Wherever we go we are surrounded by words: words softly whispered, loudly proclaimed, or angrily screamed; words spoken, recited, or sung; words on records, in books, … Continue reading

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