Monthly Archives: January 2018


This YouTube video came at just the right moment, early in the new year with all its competing calls for our attention and action. With simplicity, gentleness and passion for what we do, it brought me home to my own … Continue reading

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Can you use a little inspiration today?

For Presence by John O’Donohue Awaken to the mystery of being here
 and enter the quiet immensity of your own presence. Have joy and peace in the temple of your senses. Receive encouragement when new frontiers beckon. Respond to the … Continue reading

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One Lucky Kid

One Lucky Kid By Donald L. Hindal –As told to Joanne Klassen  I can still close my eyes and taste the smooth, cold chocolate milk as if I’d just taken a hearty swig. I’m 81 today, but I was barely … Continue reading

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Behind the Cookstove

A Peek Behind the Cook Stove By Peggy Hindal  On a chilly day, if you were looking for my younger sister Mary or me, in our home in rural Iowa, a good place to look was behind the wood-burning cook … Continue reading

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