nature

Carmen Acevedo Butcher

I went strawberry-picking with a friend the other day. The afternoon sun was welcome after so many weeks of cold, wet weather, and when it got too warm, a good breeze blew coolness through the rows of low-growing green plants . . .

Angie Crea O'Neal

Angie Crea O'Neal reflects on her time at last year's Faculty Conference at Cedar Campus remembering that what we really need is to return to our origin and ultimate purpose: to a place of living not in the power of thought, or in satisfaction of want, or in the roundness of surfeit, but in the necessity of wing and prayer, conscious of only one day.

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