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Over the hill?
At one time, I was feeling overwhelmed with the thought that I had not accomplished anywhere near as much as I wanted to in my lifetime, and that time was running out! I had been involved in activities that were meaningful to me, but it suddenly seemed that so many young people I knew were soaring beyond me.
I have usually been good at recognizing and appreciating other people's accomplishments. But now, a feeling of hurt mixed with jealousy tried to clamor for my attention when someone would point out the wonderful achievements of younger people he or she knew. My own recent efforts seemed so slow in bearing fruit. And I felt so unneeded that I was starting to break out in tears frequently.
"I just don't accept that!"
Harriet Barry Schupp
Honesty—is it absolute or obsolete?
Patrick Errett Welch
Roots and wings
Wendy Louise Stevens
My daily portion of heaven
Listening for God's thoughts
Anthony D. T. Thomas
FROM HAND TO HAND
L. L. H.
Over the hill?
Ellen Moore Thompson
Watching what's being sown
Universal health care—a spiritual approach
Mary Metzner Trammell
For many years I dreamed of writing this testimony about...
Joyce Milgaard with contributions from David Milgaard, Lorne Milgaard
Several years ago we had just completed the construction...
Diane Lee Cothern
Dependence on divine law—ever-present, ever-active goodness,...
Marian Joy Foster