This is the first real travel since Covid began its long and challenging visit. I arrived two days ago in the City of Brotherly love, and have been settling in to a routine of prayer and discovery here in Germantown. I’m in Saint Margaret’s House at Saint Luke’s Church in Germantown. I am here asContinue reading “Germantown”
I found, Without desiring to find That without Covid-infection One can be, will be, pandemic-changed Shifted by the very axis In ways defiant of definition. So I know, all this time (how much time?) later, that I move at 3/4 speed by comparison I speak at 1/2 speed of before I think on occasion, ifContinue reading “Reset”
June 30 was my birthday. It marked the date on which I became two years older than my father was when he retired in 1990. Two years older than when he retired. Some years back, I used to choose a kind of theme for each new year of my life, summed up in a fewContinue reading “Hold it gently.”
Why could we not have found it in our hearts to care enough for one another, even the strangers, to slow down one more time . . .