Monthly Archives: April 2015

April 6 – Easter Monday and Opening Day at the Ball Park

Opening Day in Motown = Ernie Harwell and The Song of Solomon. Can’t say how good it feels to listen to Ernie Harwell.  Here he is on a youtube clip and in print from The Song of Solomon. For, lo, … Continue reading

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April 3 – About grieving

Good Friday,  April 3  ” I have concluded that since it is beyond our comprehension, Jesus came not to explain suffering but to weep with us and to suffer with us.”  Francis I hadn’t planned a post today;  I’ve been sifting … Continue reading

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Easter Day

Let him Easter in us,  be a day-spring to the dimness of us be a crimson-cresseted east G M Hopkins sj   My favorite Easter prayer.  Have a blest day. john sj

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April 1 – Jalal ad-Din Muhammad Rūmī (جلال‌الدین محمد رومی‎) 1207–>1273

Wednesday  April 1  –  “This being human is a guest house.” Sometimes, one of the readers of this poetry blog steps into the editor’s role and suggests repeating a previous poem.  So yesterday afternoon.  “’The Guest House,’ my favorite poem … Continue reading

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