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Stranger Kindness

Last summer, I invited our congregation to participate in a kindness challenge.  I said, “Approach strangers and ask, ‘Is there anything I can do or say to help you have a better day?’ Since I encouraged the congregation to engage … Continue reading

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You Don’t Have to Feel Small

One reason I drove my Honda for 235,000 miles:  I didn’t want to endure the process of buying a car, even if it was The Kindest Choice. In the past, I have felt manipulated and taken advantage of by salesmen.  … Continue reading

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Sacred Irreverence

Jerry is sophisticated and bright.  He is a scholar, author, activist, and entrepreneur with a long list of accomplishments.  He knows President Obama and was friends with Princess Diana.  Jerry lost his leg and almost his life when he stepped … Continue reading

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