An illustration I just had to run with this week it is so true to life

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There’s a very bad pun in that title. Some days I just can’t resist walking right out to the edge of what is appropriate.

Some folks from our congregation made a presentation about a water project in Nicaragua last Saturday evening. The project is a great example of how we can help people help themselves instead of moving in and deciding what help they need. During the presentation I was sparked by a couple of things. They make up the blog post for today: http://wp.me/P3etrg-e5


A theory on the ongoing influence of unhealed trauma

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This week I felt it was time to muse ‘out loud’ about how the hardships of the post-WWII immigrants may have shaped who we are today in more difficult ways than we had previously thought. Follow this link to read it: http://wp.me/P3etrg-81

For a printable version: https://www.dropbox.com/s/mjlmo9wk632ahp6/ATheoryonunhealedTrauma.pdf

A video recording will eventually be made, but I am just back from the dentist and would not be understandable if I made it now.