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On praying for the New Hampshire primary

Unlike some people at different places from me on the Christian spectrum, I don’t think the bible says anything about voting, but the story I remember best as I sit in New Hampshire tonight is the one about replacing Judas … Continue reading

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Aftershock – Two Poems

1) for Aotearoa / New Zealand God is not in the earthquake, and God is not in the landslides, rockfalls, terrible rains, aftershocks, tsunamis. God is in evacuators of Kaikoura, the people of courage in Christchurch – barely re-built from … Continue reading

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I’m with Her

  My mother was born before women’s suffrage, and she voted in five states and eleven towns. Even in age she learned the local issues, the politicians. She voted school bonds, and could never understood why people who had an … Continue reading

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Making history this morning (in Portsmouth)

A strip of woodland behind my house separates us from the high school and, as long as my children crossed the graveyard and made the treeline by the time to bell began to ring, they were in class in time … Continue reading

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