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That within us is God and Love


I am not really still grieving! As a Mystic Christian, I believe Grief is actually prayer and an emptying of the self. According to the mystics, grief strippiing us is good news. Because it is only when we are naked … Continue reading

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To Love!


Love does not come by our seeking it. I cannot make Love appear. Love is a gift of God freely given. To love is to experience Grace; it comes when you most need it. Love gives you a sense of … Continue reading

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One with each other and God


Jesus teaches that man and wife are to become “one flesh” (Matthew 19:6) When we marry two souls become one. A presence is formed in each other. Each feel that they can face anything as long as the other is … Continue reading

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Love your spouse as you love God


Patricia cries out in the depth of my heart; from the depth of my soul she raises her voice. At the busiest corner of my mind she cries out; at the entrance to the deepest part of me she speaks. … Continue reading

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Death and Grief – putting out the lamp because the dawn has come.


Pat in her journal beginning August 1st, 2015 describes feeling something that sounds a lot like the grief journey I have been on since her death: All the same, (and for several days now) I felt odd, at a loss, … Continue reading

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49 years married to Pat – words to tell our truths.


We knew right from the beginning that we were destined for each other. Just 12 hours after meeting her and asking her out (November 18, 1968) I asked her to marry me.  Twelve days after that she wrote me that … Continue reading

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In rememberance of my departed spouse


Do this in remembrance of me. Well I do many things in remembrance of my departed spouse, Patricia. I think everybody wants to be remembered. That’s why they keep dairies. I keep the house pretty much as it was before … Continue reading

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