Two weeks into the COVID quarantine, and things are looking serious. Each day, there are enough people dying to have filled my small church. In my mind’s eye, I imagine them—mothers, fathers, grandmothers, grandfathers, sons, and daughters—all perfect strangers, filling rows in our sanctuary. Then they blink out, there and gone, their souls floating off…

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Here in locked-down California, I find myself saying things I never thought I’d say in America, such as, “Today, I found meat in the grocery store!” Also, I am sharing grocery run duties with a couple of kind neighbors. The other day I received this text from my neighbor Debbie, who (like me) is serious…

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I was getting my daily dose of the Wall Street Journal when I came across this story: “Seven Reasons Why South Korea’s BTS is an American Phenomenon.” Curious, I read further about BTS, the squeaky-clean boy band that’s conquering the planet. Then I watched a couple of videos. If I admit I like them, do I…

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After wasting hundreds of hours over the past decade,I dumped all social media in 2019. To keep in touch, I launched this, my Micro-Blog. I’m calling it “Micro” because I plan to keep it short and snappy. Just quick thoughts and updates. Enjoy!

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