Tag Archives: eternity

When we go

These are truly strange times. On one level things seem pretty normal. We work out of the house anyway, so we’re still doing what we always do. Yesterday the neighbor’s gardener came and trimmed some of their trees. Gas stations … Continue reading

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But for this death

We’re about ready to close the book on Arnold. The Memorial Service will be two weeks from tomorrow at Laguna Presbyterian Church. At Arnold’s request, I will be bringing the message. Attendance could be significant. Arnold was a rather well-known … Continue reading

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What is life for, anyway?

We will pay one last visit to the curmudgeon. It’s been amazing to me to see all your responses. Yesterday I printed a sentence from each person who emailed me a response to the idea of a curmudgeon’s funeral — … Continue reading

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Time and eternity

Captain Hook, that nefarious helmsman of the Jolly Roger, has but two fears. He fears a crocodile with a clock inside of it, and the boy who cut off and threw his hand to the selfsame crocodile. But why does … Continue reading

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Something to look forward to

Somebody gave me the coolest Christmas gift this year: three spring training games in Tempe, Arizona for my team, the Los Angeles Angels (I don’t think you have to say “of Anaheim” any more – it’s official). The package includes … Continue reading

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