Monthly Archives: November 2013

The Smartest Person

It still amazes me how much gender bias is ingrained in our society. A friend on Facebook, someone my husband and I both knew from our university days, recently commented that my husband is the ‘smartest person I ever met’. … Continue reading

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The Sin Album

One of the joys of living in Germany is the ‘blitzer’ – traffic cameras. They are unforgiving. If you happen to be caught going over speed limit, a light goes off, your picture is taken and sent to you with … Continue reading

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“Lord, Teach Us to Pray”

Luke 11: 1-13 “Lord, Teach us to pray.” What an amazing request! Don’t you think that is unusual? It is when you consider that the word ‘pray’ is synonymous with ‘ask’, ‘request’ or ‘beg’. The disciples are asking Jesus to … Continue reading

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The Labyrinth

Last weekend I attended a Women’s Retreat at Kloster Armstorf just north of Munich. In the back garden is this labyrinth to walk for prayer and meditation. Eager to try it, I marched out with four other women. We weren’t … Continue reading

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