Monthly Archives: March 2011

A case of mistaken identity

A case of mistaken identity Deborah Beach Giordano © March 30, 2011 Lazing in the sunshine half-drowsing over a book, I was startled into wakefulness  an anxious humming right, left, and right again, drawing ever nearer: a green-suited flier irresistibly … Continue reading

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Weather or Not

Weather or Not inspired by Psalm 121 Deborah Beach Giordano © March 29, 2011 When I lift up my eyes I am comforted: the blue sky wispy clouds a sparrow flock sails aloft on the gentle breeze … all is … Continue reading

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Seriously

This is a very personal reflection; my candid feelings about Worship as Entertainment – a subject which I take very Seriously. SERIOUSLY Deborah Beach Giordano © March 21, 2011 Playtime for grownups is seriously fun – as long as it … Continue reading

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Every Day

Every Day inspired by Psalm 145 Deborah Beach Giordano © March 20, 2011 Every day I will bless You, and praise Your name forever and ever. You remember those words, o Holy One, when the psalmist danced and sang his … Continue reading

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Prayer

When we watch in silent horror, too shocked to even cry – there is prayer; When there are no words, no expressions, no concepts – there is prayer; when devastation is so complete, and losses so profound – there is … Continue reading

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Last Week

Last Week Inspired by a photo of a young woman in Natori, Japan Deborah Beach Giordano © March 14, 2011 Last week I went to lunch with my co-workers. Last week I flirted with a cute guy. Last week I … Continue reading

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A Mountaintop Experience

A Mountaintop Experience Deborah Beach Giordano © March 8, 2011 “Where is he going?” “Who knows. Crazy old fool; always wandering off into the hills.” “Shouldn’t somebody go along to make sure he’s ok?” “So are you volunteering? You want … Continue reading

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