Archive for October, 2004

Because We Need A Blessing

Tuesday, October 26th, 2004

I found this in a book on texts to use for a wedding, and it brought tears to my eyes. It captured and distilled my own experience. I may use it in my own upcoming wedding. A Prayer For a Wedding because everyone knows exactly what’s good for another because very few see because a […]

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Haiku

Tuesday, October 26th, 2004

Grizzled companions sun themselves, reminiscing about pre-cane days. “The Good Ole Days” by Walter Carter ©2003 / ephotograph Edit: I received an email from Ronni Bennett at Time Goes By regarding this haiku. I thought it beneficial to share the exchange here. From Ronni: …[the haiku] posted on your site last Sunday with the excellent black-and-white […]

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To Be Divine

Sunday, October 24th, 2004

I wonder if women’s special problem with food did not start with Eve and the apple. Eve wanted “more” out of life, and food became the symbolic representation of her cravings for knowledge. Male scholars like to see apple-eating as a symbol for sexual desire, but Eve’s daughters may be closer to the real meaning […]

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