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The Determined
Driving to the office on a cool, dreary, misty morning I happened to glance over and noticed two men in their rain gear playing a round of golf. Not the best weather for it, but they were determined to enjoy the sport they love, and weather was not going to stop them.
Author: Linda Soller | Oct 19, 2020

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The Feeder is Empty
Back in August I wrote a parable “The Feeder”. This is not a parable, but somewhat of a sequel. The other day, a bright sunny and somewhat cool day, I noticed there was a lot of activity at my bird feeder. One might have called it a feeding frenzy. It was fun to watch. That evening when I went out to retrieve the feeder for the night, I was shocked to see it nearly empty.
Author: Linda Soller | Oct 12, 2020

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The Struggle is Real
In our Zoom Bible study group on Sunday we had been studying the exodus of the Hebrew people out of Egypt. It was easy for me to be critical of them constantly challenging Moses and God. One miracle after another and it seemed they still found a reason to complain. When we got to the lesson of the water from a rock, I had an “ah-ha” moment!
Author: Linda Soller | Oct 05, 2020

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Garden Party Embraced
For as long as I can remember my vision of a garden party involved a lot of white linens or furniture, flowers, fancy food, and maybe the game of croquet. I guess you could say my vision came from literary sources. Even when my family would grill our food, the party most often moved inside. The fact that I am a mosquito magnet may have something to do with my lack of enthusiasm for lingering while eating in the great outdoors. Did I mention I own a lot of bug repellant?
Author: Linda Soller | Sep 28, 2020

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Feel It In My Bones
I read an article about aging well. One action item was to meditate or quiet your thoughts on a daily basis. With so much craziness in our world we could all use some calm. Another action was to stop reading all the bad news. Now that was going to be harder considering how much news seems to be bad!
Author: Linda Soller | Sep 21, 2020

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Optimism Isn't Blind
I certainly consider myself an optimist. Some people think it’s odd to be optimistic in times such as these, but I disagree. Optimism isn’t blind to difficulties or challenges; I think an optimist believes in solutions. Notice I said believes in solutions, I did not say has all the solutions. There’s a big difference which is why I remain optimistic.
Author: Linda Soller | Sep 14, 2020