Category Archives: Bibliotherapy

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Lies, Knives and Girls in Red Dresses, Reviewed

She Recommends: “Lies Knives and Girls in Red Dresses by Ron Koertge, pronounced (KUR-chee) (Candlewick Press, 2012); 88 pgs; 17.99; hardcover illustrated by Andrea Deszo If prose poetry or novels in free verse is news, you are in good hands … Continue reading

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Listening as Reading: Tell me a Story

It’s been a change of pace listening to two different works in audio format,  This past week, I have been juggling Alan Brennert’s Honolulu story and Dr. e’s The Beginner’s Guide to Dream Interpretation.  The marathon listening to the story … Continue reading

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Horoscopes and Good News

This mornining, i followed these pages through 2Corinithians 2:15 and 3:1-6. i am watching a pattern of reading daily horoscopes coexist with a yearning for good news in (the) everyday. It reads, 14: ” in Christ and through us spreads … Continue reading

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He(brews)11:3_By Faith

Now faith is being sure of what we hope for and certain of what we do not see. This is what the ancients were commended for. By faith we understand that the universe was formed at God’s command, so that … Continue reading

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los(sed)/ lost, becomingness

one book on my reading table is The Translucent Revolution: How people just like you are waking up and changing the world, by Arjuna Ardagh, Call Number 204.4 ARD there is a wonderful quote by eric hoffer who shares, “In … Continue reading

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Han, a definition

One book in a stack near my bed stand, Women From the Margins: Korean Women and God Experiencing God in a Multi-religious Colonial Context by Hee An Choi from page 4 of the Introduction, a definition of han “Even though … Continue reading

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The Eyes Don’t Always Want to Stay Open, Phillip Lopate

The first poem in this book of poetry is titled “We who are” we who are your closest friends feel the time has come to tell you that every Thursday we have been meeting as a group to devise ways … Continue reading

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