Monthly Archives: November 2016

Gratitude

We’ve just had a day of national gratitude and with the disappointments of the elections it could be easy to forget the blessings of life.  So I’m choosing to focus verbally and in my heart on the life-giving acts, people … Continue reading

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Ride on King Jesus

The week before the presidential election my family’s property in Meridian, Mississippi, was the target of Trump inspired vandalism.  The essence is this:  in 1946 my grandfather built a hotel that provided blacks entertainers on the “Chitlin’ Circuit” not only … Continue reading

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Reacting and Responding

I’m now at the point where I can start differentiating between how I want to react to the presidential election versus how I will respond. Reacting is expressing and managing my basic feelings about this unbelievable turn of event.    How … Continue reading

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I did it!

At 7:27:53 am, on All Saints’ Sunday, I completed the 3.5 mile, 45 degree climb to the top of the Willis (Sears) Tower on a hand-cycle which was connected to a computer to simulate my ascension.   Somehow I thought all … Continue reading

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