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What is sacred about all of our lives, even those of us who would never dream of using such a word for it, is that God speaks to us through what happens to us - even through such unpromising events as walking up the road to get the mail out of the mailbox, maybe, or seeing something in the news that brings you up short, or laughing yourself silly with a friend. If skeptics ask to be shown an instance of God speaking to them in their lives, I suggest that they pay closer attention to the next time when, for unaccountable reasons, they find tears in their eyes.
-- Frederick Buechner


Roar Roar Dinosaur

A fun song for kids and other humans:

Roar Roar on Facebook

Roar Roar on YouTube

Green Book Collection

A 9 track poem / story / song collection by Randy Weeks:

  1. Office Aisle (poem)
  2. Invitation (song)
  3. See You Tomorrow (story)
  4. Hobby Horse & Wallpaper (poem)
  5. What You Are (song)
  6. The Last Six Days (poem)
  7. Our Little Life (song)
  8. Natural (song)
  9. Smile Awhile (song)
Green Book on YouTube

Green Book on Facebook
Yearning for Justice


Yearning for Justice

Give me a yearning for justice
And a cry for a broken heart
I am only one and
I can't change the world, but
Here, in me
the change should start

Give me a yearning for justice
And a prayer for the gift of tears
'Cause I see a million starving
In my living room, while
My eyes are dry
My conscience clear...


From my sheltered life I
Hear of children crying while
Families walk the streets
For some shelter they'll hope
While in my shelter I know
I'll be fast asleep
Give me a yearning for justice
Just the ability to feel
'Cause I've never known a day
Of cold or hunger pain, please
Help me know the need is real

Give me a yearning for justice
And a cry for a broken heart
I am only one and
I can't change the world, but
Here, in me
the change should start...






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Consider it a museum piece from the early web)

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