Category Archives: envy

I Envy God as a Writer


I’m not sure why I see God as a writer using old writing tools that are more recent than the Bible, but that’s how I imagine it. Sometimes it seems as if God is sitting at long table in the … Continue reading

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How To Know You’re Not Breathing God’s Spirit


I’ve got a friend who uses the airline’s “oxygen mask” as a metaphor for how to live the optimum life. “You can’t help anyone else until you put your own oxygen mask on first,” she says. “We’re teaching the kids that, … Continue reading

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Saturday in the City: Global Fashion Envy


Have you ever wished you weren’t American so you could wear the kind of clothing non-Western women get to wear? This week’s writing assignments include a piece about how to buy sarees. And the more I looked at the stunning … Continue reading

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