Before I solve every problem …

June 8, 2019


I’m pondering the implications of this verse. I’ll get back to you when I figure it all out. Don’t wait up.

About Charles Redfern

Charles Redfern is a writer, activist, and clergyman living in Connecticut with his wife and family. He's currently writing two books, with more in his head.

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2 Comments on “Before I solve every problem …”

  1. chbyron Says:

    It might mean: Carlene, don’t send that snarky email to your Exec Dir. Don’t even send the one where you pretend to have communicated exactly what and how he clarified he wanted you to communicate, given that your mind-reading skills (and knowledge of the Constant Contact database) assure that he will have many reasons to regret it if you follow directions.

    Thanks for the much needed post!

    Carlene Hill Byron Innovative spelling, unusual grammar, and cryptic constructs courtesy of my iPhone



  2. Charles Redfern Says:

    Yes. That’s exactly what the psalmist was thinking.


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