Tag Archives: Early Childhood

Grief

I grieve for my country. This society is sick. The boys next door are playing with a soccer ball. Out of the blue one comes to the common fence, points to one of the boys and informs me that his … Continue reading

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Really?

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Early Childhood: I remember my Christening.

I remember my Christening. I was five years old. Historically, infant baptism was instituted in an era of high infant mortality. It is a response to a very fundamental, nagging, and highly emotional question concerning the fate of a dead … Continue reading

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