Category Archives: Identity

Dreamer and Idealist

  In my youth, I have always been a dreamer, an idealist. I would soar the heights of fancy and imagination, even plumb the depths of meaning and even darkness. In my imaginings, I could be anyone who I wanted … Continue reading

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Another Desert Experience

For the nth time, my life has again been turned upside down, tossed around and about, topsy-turvy as in a state of utter confusion. We have pulled up our stakes again and made yet another major move – this time … Continue reading

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My Journey Of Life

It’s a long and winding road, this journey of life. Sometimes, I walk on the mountain top where it is sunny and exhilarating. Other times, I walk along a stream down in the valley where it is cool and refreshing. … Continue reading

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Love and the Vine

Here is one of the fondest memories I have of Jane while she was growing up. This happened when she was about four years old. One chilly morning we brought her to her nursery-school. And as she gave me her … Continue reading

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Because I am, I Have Everything I Need

These are miner’s lettuce. They grow wild along many of the hiking trails we go to, specially in wide open fields. They add a dainty white delicacy to a scenery of wild flowers abloom in springtime. They are also a … Continue reading

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Poems by Abe

Abe was a dear friend, a sagacious mentor, and a treasured brother. He left a trove of unpublished poems. I chose some of them and composed them with some of my own photos.        

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A Miracle

Today I witnessed a miracle. A good friend, Lambert, was ordained a deacon. And God willing, he will be ordained a priest in June next year. Nothing really miraculous there. Lambert was my contemporary in San Carlos Seminary. He was, … Continue reading

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