Monthly Archives: November 2014

I Hope You enjoyed Thanksgiving Day. Watch for Gordon’s new blog next week.

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The Sight of Misfortune

 Today I lunched with a friend, who described himself as someone with “a strong diagnosis.” He meant his diagnosis of mental illness.  To calm his symptoms in stress, for example, his service dog remains by his side–day and night. People … Continue reading

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Please watch for Gordon’s new blog next week

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When Friends Criticize

Eliphaz Job 15:4 (Jewish Publication Society text, 1980) When we suffer tragedy, our hearts break with helpless frustration along with our inconsolable grief. In Job’s speech of chapters 12 – 14, he scorns his three wisdom colleagues for treating him as … Continue reading

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