Monthly Archives: October 2012

The lost art of walking (in suburbia)

It all started with a new pair of shoes. I had an appointment in the south end of town, which means paying for parking. I realized too late that I had nothing in my wallet but a quarter, a dime … Continue reading

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Six life lessons I learned in the garden

I lived in our last house for ten years–longer than I have lived anywhere in my entire life. During that time I learned some important wisdom. Here are a few of the biggest lessons. A solid foundation is worth the trouble: It doesn’t … Continue reading

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Every hospital needs a garden

Most pastors have reason to visit the hospital with fair regularity, but last week my visit was different. Wearing street clothes instead of a collar, I went to Credit Valley Hospital in Mississauga and found my way to Palliative Care. … Continue reading

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