Monthly Archives: December 2011

Winding Down Christmas

The packages have been opened. Many of us are suffering from having consumed too much rich food that makes us sluggish. The phone calls to far-away relatives and friends are now largely history for those of us on the eastern … Continue reading

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Christmas Eve

Most of the parties are now over. The last stores are closing (except for one or two diehards who will be open until midnight or later). The Christmas Eve services are mostly over (with a couple of exceptions). We are … Continue reading

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The Consequences of Decisions

Robert Frost penned the line: “Two roads diverged in a wood,” and forever captured the way our lives unfold. We are forever making decisions that determine how our lives will proceed from that point. We are deciding whether we will … Continue reading

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