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The Dream, by Richard Hendry

Reposting from Summer 2019 — mixup with WordPress.   The Dream From childhood on, the dream was clear to come to America and begin to share, the mystery and glamor of a world apart where a man was judged by … Continue reading

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Sometimes Music…

Reposting from Summer 2019 — a mix-up with WordPress and postings. While in church yesterday, I wrote this about the Choir’s Anthem, ” I Heard Him Once”. Sometimes music transports me and I find myself in a place of serene … Continue reading

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1860’s Farm — Kids

Republication from Summer, 2019 — mix-up on WordPress.       Last Thursday I volunteered at the Littleton Museum’s 1860’s farm. Through the hard work, burnt food and oft mistakes, it is a place and a time in history that brings … Continue reading

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Sometimes music…

While in church yesterday, I wrote this about the Choir’s Anthem, ” I Heard Him Once”. Sometimes music transports me and I find myself in a place of serene worship; and I am  grounded by the beauty. Sometimes music transforms … Continue reading

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With Love – A Kidney Transplant

Written by Richard Hendry, November 2018 Christmas day, 2014, we celebrated the birth of Christ as a family.  As we shared together, we realized that our son, Stephen, aged 44, was not well.  We were concerned at the sallowness of … Continue reading

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Message on a cup: Meaning?

In the 5th century BC Plato said, in Greek of course, “Man: A being in search of meaning.” And you…what does this mean? For what do you search? Meaning? After all, what is meaning? Yours, mine, ours? Yeah, I know, … Continue reading

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Legacy of the Little Note

The Power of a Hand-Written Note Each of us seeks to find meaning in life, to know somehow we have made a difference. While some seek to leave a legacy that can be measured, others’ legacies have no materialistic worth. … Continue reading

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