Posts Tagged ‘abandonment’

Understanding No Fault Divorce, Suicide, & Kate Spade

Red scarf (Kate Spade's suicide method) left on tree

Kate Spade committed suicide by hanging herself with a red scarf in her upscale NYC apartment last Tuesday morning. Tuesday was a beautiful day in New York City. The sun was shining; the temperature was ideal in the mid 70’s. A new week was still unfolding, yet in Kate Spade’s world, something sinister was unfolding…

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Christ as The Cornerstone

Colored Stones

The Cornerstone. In Sunday’s Gospel, the Parable of the Tenants, Christ speaks of the Cornerstone as being rejected by the builders. Leading up to his recitation of earlier Scriptures, He tells the Parable of the Tenants. First, we see the landowner send his servants out to collect from the tenants; we see the tenants cruelly murder…

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Pain – Understanding the Gift of Incomprehension

Pain. It’s something each of us experiences in some form during our lives. Some of us will experience it more than others, and some of us, who think we suffer greatly here, cannot begin to fathom the pain that occurs to men and women in our exact situation but living somewhere else, say in a…

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I Blew It

Sometimes it’s hard to be a single mom smiling and today I blew it. My husband and I had almost completed our big, beautiful dream home when he left. He is a carpenter which allowed us do a lot of the work ourselves so, even though we had been living in the house for about five…

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