Monthly Archives: January 2009
The Soul on the Wall is a poem about a sense of place. The place in which our spirit feels most at home on this earth. I read my poem, following the break.
I love reading the Old Testament, but there are aspects of it that trouble me. The Psalms often contain the desire for evil people groups to be destroyed and for the righteous ones that are being oppressed to be vindicated. … Continue reading
The shuttle at the Honolulu Airport is called the Wiki Wiki. ‘Wiki’ means quickly. Last weekend I posted a family wiki. On the Community Portal page I placed phantom links to many of the descendants of my parents including spouses. … Continue reading
For many years, I struggled with the account of Cain and Abel. Why was it that Cain’s vegetarian offering was unacceptable? He was a farmer and offered what he had. So why was his brother’s offering acceptable, but his was … Continue reading