Posts tagged as:

childhood

“Everyone matters” requires focusing on the one, not the every.

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Redefining fire

by Kristin on October 15, 2013

in Belief, doubt & hope

Examining my own “on fire” experience as I celebrate the release of a friend’s memoir.

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I’ve finally admitted that parenting teens is too hard to fake.

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Telling our stories involves abandoning nostalgia in favor of truth.

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Transitions have a way of forcing you to acknowledge what has passed.

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Locating what you love, from childhood memories to simple pleasures…

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What do we lose in a culture that seems to have forgotten how to wait?

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My fleeting wish for more innovation left me longing for a simpler past.

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Mirror

by Kristin on March 4, 2011

in five-minute-friday

It’s 5-Minute Friday, and the prompt is “When I look in the mirror…”

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I’ve been walking in darkness & have seen a great light—Advent week 4.

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