Category Archives: Intentional Living

Does it Matter?

Matter, noun, is a scientific term that relates to ions and force. Matter involves space and potential energy. Matter, verb, defines significance and involves consequence. She had a small frame and short gray hair. Wearing her “pajama jeans” with typical … Continue reading

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First

The first day of anything new involves a bit of thought, emotion and an action. Think back to firsts you recall. First day of school. What details do you remember? What the weather was like? Who you spoke to first? … Continue reading

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Just now

Just now I found myself reflecting back with gratitude.    Just now marathon training seems like ancient history. Just now the finish line seems like a moment of pure glory in hours of pursuing daily life. Just now I have purpose and … Continue reading

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Opportunity at The Table

At the Table Today is Maunday Thursday The title comes from the word “mandate”. The mandate from the table was to love and serve exemplified by Jesus washing his followers feet. But a lot more occurred at that table: Anointed at the table … Continue reading

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Happiness is a project?

A new bike!                        It was our month-a-versary. So we celebrated and bought our new 12 year old foster child a bike. The one he wanted (not a road bike … Continue reading

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