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When You Allow Others to Comment

Reflection by Mary E. Latela     August 27, 2016. The following blurb was posted on Twitter: (8/27/16, n.a.): “You must be open to criticism. You must be open to revising more times than you think you can stomach[] if you refuse to listen to … Continue reading

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When Even the Sabbath is Gone

Mary E. Latela Many wonderful people feel called to volunteer for Hospice. They are strong, wise, have supportive friends, and want to walk into the holy space, the thin space, where heaven and earth are so close you have a … Continue reading

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Hospitality and Meatballs

One word that describes hospitality in my family of origin is “meatball.” After Sunday church and visiting both sets of grandparents, whom we were blessed to have with us for many years, we would come home. Dinner was usually at … Continue reading

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