Monthly Archives: October 2012

Living Your Greatest Love

Today as a prompt for my blogging class, I read a short poem by Anna Swir, translated from the Polish by Czselaw Milosz.  It’s about a sixty-year old woman whom, she writes, “lives the greatest love of her life.”  She … Continue reading

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“Creating Space for the Stranger in a Fearful World”

A sermon by Rev. Aaron Fulp-Eickstaedt At Immanuel Presbyterian Church, McLean VA On September 30th, 2012   This fall in my preaching I have been examining the idea of creating space—above all what it means to make room for God … Continue reading

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With Apologies to Jane Kenyon

This piece was written in response to a prompt in a blogging class I’m taking: Who is responsible for my success, whatever success I may have had in life? Here are a few thoughts, with apologies to Jane Kenyon. First … Continue reading

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