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Linda Hoye
Word wrangler. Photo taker. Working out my faith. Working on loving better.
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Linda Hoye Mar 19
Replying to @johnblase
This kind of love: it’s a sweet, sweet gift.
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Linda Hoye Mar 11
Replying to @johnblase
A reasonable alternative. Or, maybe stop messing with the time altogether.
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Scott Sauls Mar 9
The most beautiful people … are the ones who have known defeat, known suffering, known struggle, known loss, and have found their way out of those depths. - Elisabeth Kübler-Ross
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Linda Hoye Mar 7
At the writing desk this morning with on repeat.
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Linda Hoye Mar 7
Replying to @GarthGreenwell @lithub
Thank YOU!!
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Linda Hoye Mar 7
“Lent is the season in which I rediscover, remember, Love.”
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Linda Hoye Mar 7
Replying to @KathyPooler
Thank you, Kathy
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JohnBlase Mar 7
A few years ago the Lutheran church we attend asked me to give my take on the first pages of Genesis. They used the story that year in our Ash Wednesday service, and surprised me by using it again last night. I'd sorta forgotten about it, but here ya go.
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Linda Hoye Mar 7
“Not writing is the only failure that matters.” on What It Means to Live the Writer's Life via
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Kathleen Pooler Mar 6
Walking Crooked, Writing Straight via
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Linda Hoye Mar 6
Replying to @johnblase
Yeah, this rests on my.mind sometimes too. It speaks loud in its gentleness.
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Linda Hoye Mar 6
Another pilgrim turns sixty and I’m reminded of the ruminations I chewed on a few weeks ago when I got here. Spoiler alert: It’s all about love. (Happy Sixty )
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Linda Hoye Mar 6
Replying to @BrianZahnd
Happy Birthday. What a gift to reach sixty—I beat you by a few weeks.
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Linda Hoye Mar 6
Forty days of prayers while we wait for morning. Thanks for these and
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martabeaman Feb 27
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Linda Hoye Feb 27
Replying to @KathyPooler
Thank you, Kathy.
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Seth Haines Feb 23
My first piece on : Quiet Icons (An Examen)
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Linda Hoye Feb 23
“God’s call on our lives, then, is first and foremost not a call to action but a call to brokenness and contrition...”. I’m barely into the first chapter of Irresistible Faith by and pausing for a two word prayer: I can’t. I might be here for a while.
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Linda Hoye Feb 23
Chewing on that loving God and loving my neighbour as myself thing that God’s only begotten tells me is the greatest commandment. Water from a Deep Well by Gerald Sittser brings it back round to the simple truth of my faith.
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Scott Sauls Feb 23
We can easily forgive a child who is afraid of the dark; the real tragedy of life is when men are afraid of the light. – Plato
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