Running in the Fog

Running in the Fog — Write RightEvery once in a while — this being Texas, after all — I run in the fog. The clouds visit earth and make the location their habitation. Fog tendrils drift and swirl, filling every nook, cranny, and corner of the clouds’ new quarters. Sometimes, the fog comes with a small force. It seems ghostlike and wispy, utterly transparent. I look out and ahead for a few miles. Other times, the fog brings its entire battalion. The surrounding world turns opaque, and I see only five to ten feet in front of me.

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Door and Shepherd

Door and Shepherd — Write Right (1)I’ve read John 10 numerous times over the year and probably have memorized portions of it. Sometimes, though, the words slip across the mind’s surface without being fully acknowledged. Other times, God causes the mind and heart to pause. He shows something new or reminds the person — me — of a truth not thought about for a while.

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Creativity or Integrity

Creativity or Integrity — Write RightI keep returning to the subjects of creativity and integrity—this marks the third occasion of writing about them in the span of a month. The predilection seems to indicate a new obsession, which I think is fine. The two topics, particularly their interactions with each other, matter. They relate to how I view work, art, and faith.

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