Tag Archives: changes

A More Sophisticated Model

Some folks got hammered by “Icegaddon” and others are grateful it missed them. Either way, I think there’s an element missing from their prediction models. Continue reading

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Remodeling Our Lives

Remodeling often involves tearing out the old, the ugly, the rotten. But the beauty that will be revealed makes all the work worthwhile. Continue reading

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Rearranging the Changes

Maybe, at least once a season, instead of dreading the raking, we might take a moment to admire the colors of the leaves… Continue reading

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Moments of Meaning

Moments of joy, moments of pain, moments of great satisfaction. It is their sum that makes our lives and we would not be the same if a single one of them was missing. Continue reading

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Dark Changes

We’ve gone from eighty and sunny on Saturday to snow and freeze warnings on Monday… but that’s nothing compared to the changes in Jerusalem that took place in one week nearly two thousand years ago. Continue reading

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Loving the Weather

We’ve gone from minus twenty wind chills to sixty degrees in less than a week. Thunderstorms tonight and snow tomorrow. Definitely not boring! Continue reading

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Something Beyond the Cold

Sometimes, the changes of life turn something once held for comfort into something that feels more like affliction. Continue reading

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