Cases Not Yet Closed

A friend of mine is a lawyer in the Justice Department.  His wife died this week, after twenty-eight years of marriage.  I had known them both since before they were married. A year ago, after months of suffering, the youngest daughter of another lawyer friend of mine died.  She left behind a husband and three young children. My heart aches with the questions, “How could these things happen? Why, God?”

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Error in the Court Below

. . . he found himself at day’s end gazing out the window wondering whether he would fit in. it was nighttime, and he was struck by the lights on the earth below.  Some were moving, others were still. But each light – houses, office buildings, cars, streetlights – represented individuals who like himself had plans and expectations and who lived as thought the world revolved around themselves.

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