Monthly Archives: January 2020

the Rev. Dr. King’s dream & me

I think the summer before I headed south for graduate school, I read John Dawson’s Heal America’s Wounds.  Do not worry; this is not a book review.  I hardly remember the book except for one searing point: we as a … Continue reading

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the soul of hospitality

In a couple of weeks, I am hosting my first graduation dinner.  That might sound like a big undertaking (and it is, for me), but since my table only seats eight and just six are coming, it is not as … Continue reading

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An Aspiration for 2020

Living on my own, I rarely cook for myself. (If you need proof, I make the same five-ingredient salad every night, which takes me exactly five minutes to make and approximately 45 seconds to consume.) When I invite others (many … Continue reading

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