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The Starbucks crowd

It was a most unusual memorial service — a celebration of strangers. They were strangers, not to each other, but to the family that had suffered the loss. They came by invitation, not by name. Their invitation was a poster … Continue reading

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For free

I’m in Starbucks. A man is playing “Fairest Lord Jesus” followed by “There is a Fountain Filled with Blood” on a flute, the couple next to me is smooching and making loud smacking noises with their lips, the espresso machine … Continue reading

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