Tag Archives: Lent

The winter of my contentment

February 23, 2015

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Perhaps I’m experiencing a forgotten brand of gratification drawn from the test, or the trial, or the challenge. Human history testifies to a spark that rattles us out of mere comfort and propels us into arctic adventures.

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Dream The Dream: Congressional Noise-makers Crave A Genuine Lent

February 22, 2012

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I feel awkward; gauche, even. I’m unqualified for my task: I’m calling for an old fashioned Lent, a Lent gone viral, a mother of all Lents, a nation-wide Lent in which we marinate in mind-bending guilt and covenant in a vow of silence punctuated with mournful wails. Viking-besieged abbots will view us from the past and envy us.

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