Posts Tagged "love"


Where is Love?


Posted By on Feb 11, 2020

When I was little, my aunt gave my sister and me a record of the musical “Oliver!”. One of our favorite songs was “Where is Love?”, which comes at the point in the story when the orphaned boy is wondering where he belongs. As I’m reflecting on Valentine’s Day, this song keeps coming back to haunt me.Maybe because I’m single, the holiday doesn’t have much of a romantic connotation for me....

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Give Yourself to Love


Posted By on Jan 1, 2020

I read a book over the holidays and smiled when a favorite song was quoted: Give Yourself to Love by Kate Wolf. What a perfect intention for this new year and new decade! Kids do this naturally — love, laugh, cry, look for the good in each other and give themselves fully to each moment. Living each day as a gift of love is a bit more challenging for some than for others. Past hurts, fear of the future, insecurity, and not...

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You end up having more.


Posted By on Sep 18, 2019

Yesterday evening, during our Potluck Supper, we shared a meal together with our Oak Lane families. It was a really fun time to celebrate our community, made all the more special by the participation of older brothers and sisters. At the same time, teachers from Westtown Monthly Meeting were preparing their lessons. It was an unexpected opportunity to blend our family-friendly missions and share our space. Oak Lane is a unique...

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