Monthly Archives: November 2012

they call it the God-sized hole

They call it the God-sized hole. That ever-gnawing hunger inside Always waiting to be fed With meaning, purpose, assurance Faith Soul food. I have heard many people talk about it. I believe in this idea, because I can feel it … Continue reading

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the sacred space of memory

In his tenderly reverent ballad “Remembrance Day,” Mark Knopfler honors the fallen soldiers of World War I by calling to mind the players on a village cricket team: Standing at the crease, the batsman takes a look around/ The boys … Continue reading

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