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In what must have been circa 1971, Mrs. Cavinee invited me and my classmates to her farm for a day.  Mrs. Cavinee was our Kindergarten teacher in Kansas.  And while I remember absolutely nothing of her farm, what I do remember was just how stunned I was, to realize for the first time that Mrs....
See if you can relate to this. When I was growing up, a “tool” was a thing you used to work in your garden; or to work on your car. But no more. Today, a “tool” is more often the ex who worked in your garden; or the ex who worked on your car. And when I was growing up, a “hookup” was something that...
Dear One, There's a popular paradigm in which this grand, earthly adventure is perceived as a practice round, a qualifying heat - if you will - for something of a "real" experience which is to follow after human death. Unity doesn't support such a paradigm.  I certainly don't support such a...
There’s something of a boldness demonstrated in the healing ministry of Jesus which we have lost (or which we have abandoned - I’m not sure which). After all, while Jesus was frequently recorded praying before a healing, he was never recorded praying for a healing. To the point: Rather than the...
In a time of great longing in the world - and in a time of great need in the world - a very, very special child was born.  This very special child arrived at an oh-so-perfect moment with unique and powerful gifts - gifts never before realized and never since repeated; gifts for which the world had...

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