The Perversion of Hatred

“Darkness cannot drive out darkness: only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that.” Dr. Martin Luther King The limestone rocks pushed out among the scrub brush and wind worn oaks that are strewn about the Hill Country in Texas and we drove on.

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One Million Bones

    A Community within Communities: 1,000 Bones By The Rev. Bill Terry, Rector St. Anna’s Episcopal Church Bones, the last remains of life once lived. Bones, the vestiges of existence that carried the frames of men, women, and children and within those frameworks were housed tears, joy, hope, despair,

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All Saints Day 2011

It was a very quiet All Hallows eve for my wife Vicki and me. Only one set of goblins rousted us for treats. We read some, ate chicken pot pies, and then watched a very bad horror film and went to bed. It was quiet and cool and was a

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