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July 2014

Letter #7

The holiday season makes its appearance every year offering us the opportunity to revisit the direction that our life has been taking. Many of us slip into the festivities of Christmas and New Years without giving any substantive thought to the time that lies ahead.…

Letter #6

Many of us have had the experience of giving and/or receiving Christmas gifts from those we love, or those to whom we have strong feelings of affection or attachment. It is a wonderful way to remember our loved ones and it serves as a reminder…

Letter #5

As a child growing up in Queens New York, I disliked the approach of Fall. Of course it meant the end of summer, but with Fall would come darker mornings and nights would fall faster on our houses. Darkness does not hold any specific meaning…

Letter #4

Unlike previous months, this letter takes a shift from things which have externally influenced us on our journey through life. We now attempt to look at the reality of sins and crimes against a loving God. Ultimately all of our offenses have been against Him,…

Letter #3

I am sitting in the airport in New Orleans waiting for my outbound flight to New Mexico. I mailed the last of the monthly letters last night and was tired when this task was completed. Tired but very satisfied. You have been on my mind…

Letter #2

The summer of 2013 is fast slipping into history with trips and meetings filling in the schedule gaps in my writing tasks. While taking the time to commit my ideas to paper is important, it seems that many new opportunities seem to be opening these…

Letter #1

Even now July has begun to take on a different character then June. This year it seems as if June was highly predictable, but the shift into high summer seems to have brought a new sense of restlessness. One thing that I noted in particular…

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