Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Finding New Ways-Better Than the Internet-To Meet People

Maybe the Internet has taken away the mystery or fear of meeting new people, I'm not sure. But this week, three cases leaped to my attention where new folk met new friends not on the internet. These weren't just superficial hi, howya doin' chance meetings. They had a deeper connection.

Thanksgiving is a great time to talk about this topic.

The first new unexpected friend I'll share happened at the local community college during a Citizens Police Academy class. BTW, this is a great class for everyone and is offered all around the country. My greatest take away was the strategies for driving on ice. Of course, I enjoyed the tour through the jail because of the unplanned riot in the women's wing, and sitting in the jury box for the first time while the judge gave her presentation on the courts. 

The point being is I met classmates. We had a "graduation", a food and chat time during the last class hour. I took a handful of bookmarks with photos and info about my debut book, Anders' Redemption, released this October. Each person asked questions about the book and the role of an author.

I stayed with a few classmates to clean up the food and noticed a lady I hadn't met yet. Now, I am not great at the personal introduction thing. Still, I yanked on some courage and went to her. I handed her a bookmark and told her about my book. She said, "This looks like a really nice book. Do you know what I do for my job?"


"I am a librarian. Go to the library and ask for Patty. Tell her I sent you there. She will put your book on display for Christmas."

Talk about surprise!

Later in the week, NPR hosted a story about a man who shared a ride in an Uber car. After a great conversation, the other person got out at their destination and the man continued to his destination. Wanting to continue the friendship, but not knowing how to get in contact with the person, he posted flyers around town. He wrote: If you are the person who liked, he listed a few things they talked about, mentioned the uber, and left his phone number. Oddly enough, the new friend called and they connected.

I've heard mocking about the American Hallmark commercialism. My take is: companies are not the only ones who benefit from graduations, holidays, birthdays and other celebrations. We the people of these United States and people around the world benefit from getting together. After all, as the old song goes: "The more we get together the happier we'll be. Cause your friends will become my friends and my friends will become your friends..." 

Internet isn't the only way to meet new people, to keep in touch, or to connect. There's something about a hug, a real smile, hearing a giggle behind a word, and all the body language that comes with personal contact.

I challenge you to make a personal contact with some different than you normally would during this holiday season. Sure it will be difficult. You won't have the safeguard of turning off your computer screen, you may actually have to speak to the person. GASP! I say this because I have the same fears.

Arm in arm, reader. Let's go meet someone.

Brice Anders' has a slightly different problem. He doesn't mind meeting people, but due to an injury, he can't remember names. Talk about awkward when bumping into the same person several times in one week! Want to know what happens next? Anders' Redemption, a Christmas story, is on sale through Amazon and Barnes and Noble, both ebook and paperback.

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Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Italy's Gianluigi Buffon A Hero

Monday night's world cup football playoff between Italy and Sweden proved to be an epic game. This was the first time Italy did not earn the right to go to the World Cup football (or as we Americans say, soccer) games in sixty years.

I didn't like the mocking reports against this fine team. And while the Italian fans walked away in silence, I thought there had to be shreds of good hope in this major sports event for them.

I searched on-line stories about the event. 

Then, this morning, tucked in one article, was the rest of a story. The heroic response by Italy's goalkeeper, Gianluigi Buffon.

As we all heard, Buffon played brilliantly. He prevented any scores by Sweden. The final score was 0-0. He did his job.

There are no overtime minutes to determine the winner. According to the rules, if a game ends in a tie, the previous scores and win/loss records are used to determine the winner. Italy's team knew what was at stake before the match began.

Buffon had planned to retire after the Moscow World Cup games. But, after last night's loss, he chose to retire now, although some reports say he is willing to compete in contracted games for the rest of the season.

Don't get caught up in rumors running around cyber space implying Buffon's decision to retiring early is because he's mad he didn't end with a perfect record. 

Here is why-and this is the stellar part of his story. Better than all his wins. 

Buffon was quoted with saying these words:

"I am proud to have worked with some great champions."

"I am not sorry for myself but for all of Italian football."

"Hugs to everyone, especially those I've shared this journey with."

...And he applauded the Swedish national anthem.

Gianluigi is a true sports hero. One that showed children and adults all around the world how best to respond when things don't go the way we desire.  

Brice Anders from Anders' Redemption is such a hero. After an injury steals a promising career, Brice is faced with an intruder who breaks into his home and takes his designs. 

This intense story is available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and other booksellers. Available in ebook and paperback.

Currently all 5 stars on Amazon, this is a story I think you will really like.

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Tuesday, November 7, 2017

When Panic Strikes

Several years ago I stood in the middle of sagebrush that stretched as far as the eye could see and took this photo. The Rocky Mountains served as the border. Looks amazing right?


That day, my daughter and I drove away from the city to a Montana ranch for a get-together. We were really excited to see our church friends there. The obscure directions to the ranch house left us wondering several times if we'd stayed on the correct road. On past an Indian reservation and out to nowhere, we made it and had a wonderful time.

At the end of a very fun afternoon, we climbed in the car and headed for home hoping to reverse the directions correctly. 

A mile before I took this photo, the car made a chugging sound. Then and only then did I notice the gas gauge. The word empty was an understatement. As you have probably experienced, an "empty" gauge means there's a bit more gas left in the tank. 

My panic rose to a level 5. Those of you who have been following the Mary Vee adventures know I am very good at getting myself into impossible situations. Not that great at getting myself out of them.

I prayed outloud to a God who was used to my panic cries. I asked, well, maybe it was more like pleaded for the impossible, a gas station. Take another look at the photo above. Always, ALWAYS, tank up before heading "out" in Montana. Yes, I knew this, but, the excitement of the day distracted me from doing what I should.

Not far ahead, God showed me a gas station. These words needed to be in italics because the station had only one pump with a sign taped to it. No building other than a closet size structure. No attendant.  

The sign on the pump said, "Payment with credit card only." 

I reached for my wallet. My bag was not in the car. My daughter and I scoured every inch of the car and didn't find my wallet.

This is when panic rose to a level 8. 

There simply was not enough gas to get us back to civilization. 

There were no cars on the road in either direction. Seriously! Zip. Nada. No houses. No signs of human presence. I would have seen more remnants of life on the moon!

I took out the cell phone. Desperation heightened mostly because my daughter was in the car. I would have ... I don't know... walked the many miles??? 

I didn't have the phone number of the rancher in my phone.

I didn't have Internet connection.

Aren't you glad you don't join me on my adventures?

I had a few friends phone numbers and that was it. I called each, hoping one would pick up. "Please answer!!" I yelled at the endless rings. 

I resorted to calling friends from other states, asking them to look up a phone number for one of the church friends...because I didn't know how to spell the rancher's last name (it was French). Each one insisted on hearing my story about running out of gas in Montana before they'd help. Good grief. Talk about embarrassing!


Through a chain of calls, I finally reached someone who gave me the rancher's number. 

Sigh. He laughed at the story but said he would hop in his truck and come help.

A long half hour later, a cloud of dust plumbed in the air. A pick up truck pulled into the "gas station". The rancher, a grasshopper long legged man with cowboy boots, cowboy hat, and cowboy walk stepped out of his truck. Once he finished laughing, he slipped his card into the pump.

I was very insistent that he only put in $5.00 so I could get to the city and fill my vehicle. Wisdom sided in his mind. He knew I'd need more than that. He filled the tank for me. 

That Sunday, he refused to take any money in repayment.

Unexpected, scary, upsetting events happen to us. God knows. He also knows that we simply cannot live alone. That is why he gave us communities.

My debut book, released this season is just such a story. The character is fiction, but he, too finds himself in an unimaginable situation. This Christmas story touches hearts and reminds us why God places us in a place for such a time as this. 

Consider getting this Christmas mystery. I think you're really going to like it. Anders' Redemption is available in paperback and eBook at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and your favorite bookseller.

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Here is a taste of the story: 

How has God answered your cry for help?

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Tuesday, October 31, 2017

A 500 Year Celebration

While some celebrate an evening of candy, costumes, and trick or treating on October 31, others will be celebrating a change in history.

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500 years ago, Martin Luther delivered The 95 Theses. 

Many of us believe he nailed these documents to the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany. Some say he had them delivered on that day. Whichever is really so, Martin Luther took a stand for epic statements based on intensive research, prayer, meditation, and a very close walk with God.

Some of the points Luther believed to be true were:

1. Every person should be able to read God's Word in their own language.
2. We cannot pay for our sins. There is absolutely nothing we can do to wash away our sins. Only the perfect sacrifice of Jesus Christ, the sinless Son of God could pay for our sins.

And much more, enough to fill the 95 theses.

Four years later, Luther was called to appear before the Emperor on two occasions. Both times he was asked to recant his words. Luther's famous response was:

"Since your majesty and your lordships desire a simple reply, I will answer without horns and without teeth. Unless I am convicted by scripture and plain reason--I do not accept the authority of popes and councils for they have contradicted each other--my conscience is captive to the Word of God. I cannot and I will not recant anything, for to go against conscience is neither right nor safe. Here I stand, I cannot do otherwise, God help me. Amen."

I hope that if I am ever asked to recant even in a desperate and dangerous position, like Martin Luther was in, that I too will be willing to stand strong for my faith in Jesus Christ, the Savior of the world.

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Tuesday, October 24, 2017


Autumn is a fabulous season, right? Sure, we put up with a few days of rain, but the scent is breathtaking. Crisp leaves. Fall flowers. Cedar and pine trees radiating their scent. Even a walk on mushy leaves is refreshing. I love the fall.

One day when driving to Belgrade, Montana I saw this tree. I pulled over and waited for semis and other traffic to pass, for the sun to be just right, etc. and snapped the photo. 

Wow. Talk about a complete story of God's creation. Rocky mountains in the background, plump clouds overhead, and one tree, (on the east side of the Rockies this is considered a forest!).

I printed this one out and hung it in my living room.

We just never know when God will surprise us with a scent or view or sound that will stir the spark inside us. You know the one. It causes you to want to stay where you are. Take a deep breath. Cock your head to hear better.

Brice Anders the main character of my October 2017 release debut book had a similar experience.  Life just seemed so difficult. So much had gone wrong, yet when he really needed it, God opened his eyes to a similar blessing. Stories like Brice's are good to read. They remind us that we are not alone in our struggles and there is a good at the end.  CLICK HERE AMAZON LINK

If you can't see the move, above, here is a link to the book trailer. It'll only take 1 minute and I think you will like it. Anders' Redemption.  

This story is available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, whatever your favorite bookseller and on eBook. 

God has given us so much this year, right? Take a moment and reflect on the bright colored moments from this year and give a shout out to God for His goodness. My list, seriously when I make the time to think of it, would take way more than a moment!

I also want to share with you one other new release, Christmas with the Enemy. I was invited to publish a new novel in a Christmas boxed set. My story, Christmas with the Enemy is packaged in the set, 

Mistletoe, Snow, and Suspense. This set is available through Amazon for only 99 cents. Click Here

 If you are willing to write a review, we will send you a free copy. Email me at maryveewriter@gmail.com if you want to participate in giving a review.

These are the stories inside: 

Acclaimed Christian authors come together in this irresistible collection of Christmas novels and novellas filled with suspense, romance, and intrigue. 

by Lillian Duncan
Zoe Adams has a secret—one that’s worth killing for!

As the country’s most infamous PK (preacher’s kid), Zoe chose to rebel against her famous father and his beliefs. Instead, she lived the party lifestyle with the rich and famous of Hollywood until she disappeared after witnessing a crime. After more than three years of running and hiding, all she wants is to go home for Christmas but knows that can never happen—if she wants to stay alive.

Ex-FBI agent, Marco Bernstein traded his gun in for a Bible. His path crosses with Zoe’s in a most unusual way. When he recognizes her, he makes a promise to get her home for Christmas but someone else is just as determined to make sure Zoe never gets home alive so keeping that promise turns out to be more difficult than Marco ever imagined—and even more dangerous! 

by V. B. Tenery
In the season of Love, Peace and Joy, a chance meeting with a young woman in a supermarket sets Detective Cole Allen on an urgent quest to save the lives of three young women.
It will take the combined skill and dedication of the Twin Falls Homicide Bureau, and a helping hand from God, to locate and end the nightmare of the helpless victims. 

by V. B. Tenery
Some secrets just won’t stay buried. 

A construction site provides a horrific discovery when a worker uncovers the skeleton of a small child wrapped in a sleeping bag. Police Chief Matt Foley links the murder to another cold case, the hit-and-run death of Attorney Josh Bradford.

The long-suppressed memory of the young victim’s childhood friend, Sara Bradford may hold the key to both crimes. But Matt has mixed emotions about Sara—his prime suspect in her husband’s murder.  

Matt soon discovers the twenty-five-year-old mystery has the power to stretch across decades to kill again.  

by Pamela S Thibodeaux
For as long as she can remember, Keri Jackson has despised the hype and commercialism around Christmas so much she seldom enjoys the holiday. Will she get her wish and be free of the angst to truly enjoy Christmas this year?

A devout Christian at heart, Jeremy Hinton, a Psychotherapist, Life Coach, Spiritual Mentor and Energy Medicine Practitioner has studied all of the world’s religions and homeopathic healing modalities. But when a rare bacterial infection threatens the life of the woman he loves, will all of his faith and training be for naught?

Find out in Keri’s Christmas Wish

By Mary Vee
Samantha Windermere, a successful marketing intern, is lured by her parents to leave a hectic Chicago life for one relaxing week in the Windermere/Tucker family-share lodge. She arrives in a Rocky Mountain blizzard before anyone else and is scared when the family enemy walks through the door.  
The generation-old disagreement between the Windermeres and Tuckers over a priceless antique toy sparks when Sam’s parents arrive a few hours late and find Hank. A family Christmas just can’t be celebrated with one of them on the grounds.
Sam’s boss calls with an emergency from the Chicago office to the archaic lodge landline. She must attend a meeting tomorrow evening or her money-making account will be given to her rival. With no cell phone coverage or Internet at the lodge, city girl Sam must ask family enemy and mountain man, Hank, to guide her through white-out conditions to find an Internet connection. 
Blizzards, avalanches, bear attacks, snowmobile accidents, and deadlines become minor concerns when Hank’s parents arrive unexpectedly, igniting the toy train feud and exploding any chance for Peace on Earth. 

Have a great fall. Read some good books in those early dark nights. I've shared some with you that I hope you will check out.

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Tuesday, October 17, 2017

The Day The Church Went Dark

Nearly 500 people sat in the church A good 200 more in other rooms throughout the building. There were no windows in this modern facility, as is the custom for designs today. Not even stained glassed windows along the side.

There was one fax stained glassed window with back lighting to appear like outside light shine through. 

All was as it had been. 

The people sang. 

Scriptures read.

Then during the prayer the power went out.

It was a weird sensation, because although eyes remained closed, and the pastor continued to pray, a deep awareness enveloped the people. 

After the amen, those who had their phone handy whipped them out and, like at a concerts, whipped on the flashlight, lighting the room. Two took their flashlight to the pianist and lit her music.

The worship never stopped. No one except the mother with the crying baby left. The sound man appeared minutes later with a dusty, old battery-operated microphone and gave it to the music leader.

The preacher couldn't use his notes or any media. He knew his topic and points well, though and carried out his task with passion, never once stammering, faltering, or fumbling. 

Several times, though, his eyes fixed on different places in the back of the room. He squinted.  A message had to be held up for him to read. An update. Some news. Still, with all that happened, all the background movement, he never once lost focus on the message.

And preached an unforgettable sermon.

When he finished he pulled out his phone and read the update from the energy company. Everyone had to go home. The second service would be cancelled. Legally the meeting could not take place without water. 

I felt sorry for those who would have come to the second service to hear that sermon. Without power, the words could not be recorded.

In a nutshell, he spoke about the heroes mentioned in Isaiah 5. The heroes of the day were leading the people astray ... as many of our heroes are.

I need your help. I am forging a path that is new to me.

I need readers who are willing to give a review on Amazon for my new debut book. I am unable to use many advertising avenues until I reach a certain number of reviews. Will you please consider helping me? I really think you will like this story. Here is the book and a description: 

Brice's horrible accident steals his career and much of his memory. Only hope and motivation wake with him every morning. A letter arrives. A chance to forge the dream Chef career...then an intruder breaks into his new home, sabotaging his work. With days left to Christmas, his job on the line, his memory not helping, only hope can deliver redemption. 

Link for Amazon: Anders' Redemption

Please email me if you have a question: maryveewriter@gmail.com

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Brice's Tale- Where only Hope Heals

In a galaxy far away, Princess Leia said, "Help me Obi-Wan Kenobi, you're my only hope." And so began a series of films spanning decades.

When writing my debut book, Anders' Redemption, I found only one character could tell this story, Brice Anders. 

Brice is a prisoner of fate and one in desperate need of Hope.

Brice finished an internationally recognized culinary arts program top in his class. He had a coveted job all lined up, until the terrible accident. On the steps of the famous Dattler Restaurant in Freiburg, Germany, cheering crowds pressed to congratulate the graduates. 

The ice.

Lost footing.

Nothing to grab ahold.

A memory Brice desperately tries to forget when back home.

An injury that changed his life.

One day a door to success opened for Brice, with it came an enemy he never suspected.

Anders' Redemption is available in print or ebook on Amazon. 

I would be grateful if you would read and write a review on Amazon for this story. I am learning that many advertisement opportunities will not be available for me until a certain number of reviews are posted. Thanks so much for helping!!

"Anders Redemption is a heartwarming holiday mystery, with a twist that will make you fall in love with the entire village." --Dana Black, author, Washington

Anders Redemption, the new novella by Mary Vee, is a most welcome Christmas surprise. A unique genre-blender, Redemption offers the mystery of footprints in the snow outside your window, the suspense of a coming blizzard, and the heart-warming power of a winter cup of hot cocoa. This could be the next Christmas classic."  
-Wayne Thomas Batson, Bestselling Author of The Door Within Trilogy, Dreamtreaders, and GHOST

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Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Intense, Life is Intense, right?

Talk about a word for these last few months. 

I know you feel it.

So do I.

The world. Our country. Our city. Our lives.


Here on my front, I was invited to participate in a collaborative Christmas work. I had forgotten a story that I had loved so well. But someone of influence had not. She remembered the core. The inner workings of this story. 

Now years later, when asked to present this work, I looked at the whole and saw the same thing I see one hour before a guest arrives at my home. Clutter. Dust. Dirt on the floor. Laundry. Dishes. Gasp.

I asked for time to edit the story, wanting with all my heart to present the very best for this great opportunity. She gave me one week. 18-20 hour intense days. 7 days. 4 unique edits (grammar, content, format, final overall)). Intense. I poured over this story scrubbing, scouring, taking out the trash, cleansing, shining, then stood back and as I pressed the send button, I honestly felt I had done my best.

I learned so much about pure unadulterated dedication. Such passion that is more than needed, it is required for the best. Nothing "deserved". Nothing someone owes. Pure buck-up and get the job done.

It was work. 


And now it is finished.

At the publisher.

I want to introduce to you one of two Christmas mysteries that will be released in October. Next week I will show you the second one. 

Introducing Anders' Redemption. Available in stores October 10th. 

Anders’ Redemption, the new novella by Mary Vee, is a most welcome Christmas surprise. A unique genre-blender, Redemption offers the mystery of footprints in the snow outside your window, the suspense of a coming blizzard, and the heart-warming power of a winter cup of hot cocoa. This could be the next Christmas classic.”
--Wayne Thomas Batson, Bestselling Author of
The Door Within Trilogy, Dreamtreaders, and GHOST.

Until then...stand strong in these intense times. God has your back.

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Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Upheaval...In a Good Way

Photo by Mary Vee
I am getting ready for another adventure.

My suitcase is packed. I'm really hoping for no hassles from TSA, a flight with no issues, my car rental ready, and GPS in a good mood.

So, while I am doing all of that, let's talk. 

Anytime the norm is changed, upheaval happens. This is not necessarily a bad thing. Even a flat tire isn't necessarily horrible. Amazing how fast a crucial meeting could be rescheduled, eh? 

For work at home folk leaving for a trip can create a mountain of work up front--and a cavern of work when we return. Sure the family can survive on pizza, dishes mounting in the sink, fruit flies in the air from the food left out, and dirty laundry. 

We over planners like to know there is healthy food in the fridge, the kitchen is clean, all laundry folded and where it belongs, and the vacuuming done before we leave. Sticky note lists separating what needs to be purchased at the grocery store from what needs to go in the suitcase reproduce like rabbits in the days before departure. Weave in preparing and printing materials for presentations, the random solicitor phone call, the doorbell, etc and everything is soon in an upheaval.

But--that is okay. We survive and live to do it again.

Most of the reports about Florida's recovery from Hurricane Irma and Houston's recovery from Hurricane Harvey have been good to read. Men and women talk about not having power, downed trees, or other damage, but -- this is where they fill in the sentence with something positive. Something like, the storm was nowhere near as bad as they thought it would be. Neighbors are sharing and helping each other with the clean up, meals, and shelter. 

Along the border of Uganda and Sudan, the United Nations and other organizations are helping Sudanese fleeing the turmoil in their country. Uganda has opened it's doors to more needy refugees than any other nation, according to the BBC. The Sudanese are not stuffed into camps, but are given a small piece of land to build a home and plant a garden. Uganda is giving legitimate refugees a place to settle. 

Their life isn't easy. They have to build homes and find food. But they have an opportunity to begin in a safe place.

Whether the upheaval is small, like going on a trip and leaving your family at home to fend for themselves, or epic like living through a natural disaster or a threat on your life, waking the next morning to new circumstances is a chance to start a new chapter. 

We stand on our feet. 
We pick up a broom.
And sweep what we can away.
To live and breathe another day.

I hope you have a day that is rewarding. It may not be as good as you planned or hoped. Maybe it is simply a day that gives a story of survival--some hope to someone else.

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Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Surges that Topped Hurricane, Terrorism, and Fire Power

As a nation we have witnessed a lifetime of surging, explosive power the past two weeks.

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The cautious have done their best to protect themselves and their loved ones, and while destruction may have followed in the wake, there are those who lived to tell their experience.

Although we wish we could help those who are no longer with us, our nation rises to help those who have survived. 

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So, we built a reminder of those who lost their lives to terrorism in the 9/11 attack a means to honor the fallen, the heroes, the families, the co-workers, and neighbors. 

Much more, we think about where we were at that time. I stood in a school with my class of third graders. How does one tell little ones a terrorist group attack our country? That was my first question after processing the information and wondering whether this was a War of the Worlds hoax or a vicious truth.

Dollars, cards, food, water, medical, prayers and encouraging words surged into New York, Pennsylvania, and the Pentagon long after the tragedy. Songs were written inviting and proclaiming patriotism as one of the best ways to fight back.

What a truth. History cites fathomless cases proving ruthless acts serve to strengthen and unite rather than defeat and demoralize. Even events recorded in the Old Testament showed attacking armies stepped back in fear when they heard Israel's army shout their praises to God echo in the cities, valleys, and mountains.

Unity surges throughout our people this week. 

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We prove it by opening our homes for Hurricane Irma evacuees. Help clean flooded homes in the Hurricane Harvey aftermath. 

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Firefighters from all over the nation have been sent to help Montana, Wyoming, Idaho, Oregon, and more with devastating fires so powerful sparks leap across wide rivers kindling new fires.

Those of us who cannot go send what money we can, comfort those we know just by listening, and we pray. We guard the news, hungry for updates.

This week, although America has been pummeled, unity has surged. A surge that tops category 5 hurricanes, flood levels, and the strongest fire. A surge that overpowers terrorism. 

And no, this is not intended to be a sappy patriotic post. Haven't you seen...it is a proclamation of a unifying people helping in a time of need.

The theme verse from my college freshman class was so powerful, we kept it all four years and have remembered it long past our graduation:

How good and how pleasant it is 
for the brothers and sisters to live together in unity. 
Psalm 133:1 A song (Psalm) written by David.

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