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A Distance of Two Miles – Kishwar Naheed

    I try to savor poetry, to read it slowly and suck the marrow out of each word-bone. I ordered Distance of a Shout for school and read it all in an afternoon. It’s delicious. But poetry, like ice-cream, … Continue reading

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Book Review: Grounded

Diana Buter Bass’ Grounded: Finding God in the World: A Spiritual Revolution is another one of those books I could wish to have had in my hands 20 years ago. She describes something very similar to the strange faith I … Continue reading

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Book Review: Crossroads

“You only get one day’s worth of grace, so why not spend it extravagantly?” -Wm. Paul Young I’m a bit short on time for non-school reading and writing but tonight I just needed to read for pleasure. Wm. Paul Young’s … Continue reading

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