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The Life We Have Lost in Living

“A fierce unrest seethes at the core of all existing things”—words from the late 19th and early 20th-century American journalist and humorist, Don Marquis.[1] I’m not familiar with his work, though I see from my brief research he wrote prolifically. As I … Continue reading

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As If I Did Not Work At All

“Because I loved my work it was as if I did not work at all.”[1]  Words from Donald Hall, a modern American poet born and raised in Hamden, Connecticut—my hometown. When I finally decided to use this reading this morning … Continue reading

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