So – here we are. My last sermon with you. And we’re both setting off on new adventures. Now it may not seem like that to you – after all, this isn’t necessarily an adventure of your own choosing – but here’s something important that I have learned: when something happens, you have a choice: … Continued
What do you hope for? What is hope? Is there a way to have hope grounded in the realities of life? Or is it all just empty illusions?
One of the English language’s most famous poems about loss is “Remember” by Christina Rosetti; the sonnet’s final couplet reads Better by far you should forget and smile Than that you should remember and be sad. I for one would rather forget that my father died suddenly at age 60 and remember that try as … Continued
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