The process of creating art and sharing it with others is always a surprising source of joy to me. Art is a whispered promise of the human spirit which says: “Life is more than what merely meets the eye!” There is so much more in store for us, more to
We are not for Names, nor Men, nor Titles of Government, nor are we for this Party, nor against the other, because of its Name and Pretense; but we are for Justice and Mercy, and Truth and Peace, and true Freedom, that these may be exalted in our Nation.
I wrote the following vocal and instrumental piece based on a Thomas Merton prayer in his book Thoughts in Solitude. There are echoes of this in our present time of uncertainty during the pandemic. (Click the image below to watch the video.)
I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, and I have remained faithful. ~ 2 Timothy 4:7 (NLT) Those words from 2 Timothy aptly describe Allison Rodgers—Alli to her close friends and family. Last June, at 61, she lost her 11-year battle with stage 4 kidney
Laughter, they say, is the best medicine. And during this time of pandemic, we need all the chuckles we can get! The original versions of these limericks appeared on the Association of Bad Friends Facebook page, a Quaker humor site moderated by Brent Bill, author of Life Lessons from a