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A Child Laughs — Compassionate Care for Those Who Are Chronically Ill

There’s an old nursery rhyme – “Tuesday’s child is full of grace.” For the next five months I will share sections from the new book — A Child Laughs — Prayers of Justice and Hope (edited by Maria Mankin and Maren … Continue reading

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Tuesday’s “Child” … A Child Laughs: Prayers of Justice and Hope

There’s an old nursery rhyme — that made me nervous as a child and even more so as a parent since both my children were born on … Well, the line I pull from it is this one “Tuesday’s child … Continue reading

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On Being Outside of the Norms: Accepting a Spectrum of Behaviors on the Journey and as a Journey

In the new book A Child laughs — Prayers of Hope and Justice the 77 writers take different perspectives on the concerns that they have chosen. Some speak directly to a very specific issue of justice in our world in … Continue reading

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A Child Laughs — Prayers of Hope and Justice

A Child Laughs — Prayers of Justice and Hope (edited by Maria Mankin and Maren C. Tirabassi) Pilgrim Press, May 1, 2017 A child’s laugh should be the butterfly wing, the ripple-maker, for all the world. There are many children … Continue reading

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