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Seeking One’s Truest Self

I’ve been reading, again, Terry Tempest Williams’ book, “When Women Were Birds.” She tells the story of her mother’s death and subsequent reading her mother’s journals. She reflects on the impact they had on her. William’s writes:  In Mormon culture, … Continue reading

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On the imprint of God

 A reflection on the readings for Epiphany 3A: Isaiah 9:1-4, 1 Cor 1:10-18, Matthew 4:12-23 Hannah Mills, my great grandmother, five generations back, was born in 1839 in Lancashire, England. Her father, Isaac, worked as a dyer at a local … Continue reading

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