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Today is the liminal day.

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21 Meanwhile, the people were waiting for Zechariah, and wondered at his delay in the sanctuary.

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From June 27-30 I was away in Parksville at a Diocesan Clergy Conference. Our sessions were led by Alan and Eleanor Kreider.
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Much of life is lived somewhere between this and that.

We know what has been, but are unsure what is to come next. We are familiar with the past; the future stands before us, mostly unknown.

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There is a space between here and there that is often a place of confusion, restlessness, doubt, perhaps even fear. We live most of our lives in this place of uncertainty. We know where we have been and where we are now; we do not know where we will be tomorrow or exactly how we are going to get there.
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