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When I was little, I used to love traffic signals. I loved the way they kept our car rides interesting by punctuating otherwise tedious trips with spontaneous, colorful light shows. I loved how they glowed at night like magical beacons … Continue reading
One of these days . . . One of these days my house will be clean. I will not find dirty socks stuffed between the couch cushions because it is apparently too far to walk to the hamper. I will … Continue reading
We all have the experience with being afflicted by the ravages of consuming emotions: Guilt. Envy. Bitterness. Worry. Despair. These are the emotions that feed on the goodness of our hearts, bit by bit taking from the heart’s abundant energy. … Continue reading
The other day, James and I boarded an Airstream trailer parked at a curb in downtown Asheville. The trailer is traveling around the country interviewing regular folks like us, and collecting stories about “a-ha moments.” When our interview was over, … Continue reading
Our troubles are like compost. From all outward appearances, they’re unsightly and smelly. We’d like to shove them away into a dark place where we’ll never have to look at them again. But just as compost will yield rich soil … Continue reading
How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives. – Annie Dillard Time is like currency. It’s a precious commodity in limited supply. So we need to be careful how we spend it. With money … Continue reading
I saw this video in my head long before it made it’s premier on YouTube. The actors. The expressions. The movements. I knew just how it would unfold. Just how it would be paced. I wanted to make a short … Continue reading
I come from a long line of worriers. Worrying in my family was a way of showing you care. If you love someone, you naturally worry about them. You want the best life for them, so you try to prevent … Continue reading