Good Days…Bad Days With Maureen Pratt

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The myth of closure

posted by mpratt

My heart goes out to all those touched by the loss of the Malaysian jetliner, which is said to have crashed into the Indian Ocean with all lives aboard lost. What agony the families and friends must be feeling, collectively […]

The greater the cheer, the greater the pain?

posted by mpratt

If you have felt great loss this year, or if your health challenges are weighing heavily upon your spirit and life, the “cheer” that accompanies this season can be particularly difficult to be around.  In fact, the great the cheer […]

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A Praying Spirit: Advent Week Three
When we enter a darkened room, what do we do? Turn on a light. There's an often complicated set of actions that takes place "behind the scenes" that we probably don't think about

posted 11:17:18pm Dec. 13, 2014 | read full post »

Chronic Illness: Too Tired Too Soon?
Wow, I am behind. Behind in decorating, doing, and all else having to do with the holidays.  Too soon this Season, I'm feeling that bone-deep fatigue that comes with lupus, anemia (just found out about that), and activity.  Steer me clear of the furniture section of the stores! I'm a goner if I co

posted 11:05:26pm Dec. 11, 2014 | read full post »

TLC Tuesday: Let a Song In
I like to drive with music on. A CD or a radio station - doesn't matter as long as the music is good. But when I really want to benefit from the power and inspiration of mu

posted 10:59:20pm Dec. 09, 2014 | read full post »

Food for Thought: Revisiting Rudolph
I feel a particular affinity for Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, especially the claymation television special. It aired for the first time 50 years ago and has been a favorite for millions since. I even have a Christmas tree ornament depicting Rudolph, red nose all lit up! Rudolph has meant diffe

posted 10:49:07pm Dec. 08, 2014 | read full post »

A Praying Spirit: Advent Week Two
  Anytime we confide in someone, however close we are to them, we need to have lots of trust. Trust that they will listen truly and faithfully. Trust that they wi

posted 10:48:49pm Dec. 06, 2014 | read full post »


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