Monthly Archives: April 2012

“Fight! Fight! Fight!” (A 3-minute reading on the boundlessness of spirit, and of boxing on a rooftop.)

“Fight! Fight! Fight!” (A 3-minute reading on the boundlessness of spirit, and of boxing on a rooftop.)

When I am away from my Ugandan home and based here in San Diego, I have the privilege of boxing with a sparring partner four or five days a week.  We do so on the rooftop of my 100-year-old building, overlooking the bay and downtown.  We see sailboats bob in the water.  We hear cruise-ships…

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“Even When We Don’t Want to” (A 70-second read on pressing into courage, selflessness and forgiveness.)

This blog post was prompted by a thought I posted on Facebook this morning: I'm considering the beauty of Maundy Thursday, Christ's final hours in His human experience. The Last Supper, the Passover meal. Washing of the feet. Communion. "Final" thoughts and commandments ("maundy" is Latin for "commandment"). Read more [...]

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