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Thin Places

posted by David Kuo

Westgard Pass overlooking Deep Springs Valley, Eastern California, thanks to Doug who writes that he has spoken his “most articulate prayers” and had his “most vivid dreams” near here. (featuring Walela the dog)

Thin Places

posted by David Kuo

Celtic Christians had a term for those places or for those moments where the veil between heaven and earth was lifted or was thinner. They called those spots, those moments, “thin places.” They worshipped there, they celebrated them. I’d like […]


posted by David Kuo

Welcome back to JWalking. As this week passes you’ll notice some new features on the blog. One will be the appearance of a continuing feature called “Thin Places.” That will be a daily picture, movie clip, song lyric (or song […]

Happy Labor Day

posted by David Kuo

Happy Labor Day. I’m going to be off this weekend but will be back on Tuesday. And when I return it will be with many more posts every day and several other things including short interviews with interesting people. So […]

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