Monthly Archives: July 2010

My Husband Knows How to Knit

I discovered this recently when I told him how nice his sweater looked in a childhood photo. “My mom made it,” he said off-handedly. “What?” I said. I’d never met my mother-in-law. She was born in India and lived there until her passing months before … Continue reading

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A Corner on the Market of Faith

Here in Hawaii, the governor recently vetoed a bill that would have legalized civil unions for both heterosexual and homosexual couples. This would have allowed people who cannot marry the same legal protections that many married couples take for granted, … Continue reading

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The Myth of Balance

Perfect balance: that elusive state of being, sought by disenfranchised human beings everywhere. Everyone wants it. Few claim to have found it. Maybe this is why: When you think about it, balance means an equal distribution of quantity among two … Continue reading

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