As a talk show host and columnist, I struggle to write commentaries that are coherent, interesting, accurate, and, once in a great while, even poignant. Somehow, Randy Tremba has found a way to master the craft. The topics of his observations range from weighty issues of justice and peace to what it means to lose your favorite tree. You can make quick work of an entertaining anecdote, often tinged with self-deprecating humor, or allow the story to settle and seep into your soul for further reflection.
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Thanks to Old Scratch I’ll be posting a reflection on something I find remarkable in and around my world most every Sunday morning.
Read more about the devil’s role in my life in “This Little Light of Mine” under Let Love Arise in the menu bar.
When it comes to peace, I’m a hopeful pessimist. I don’t expect the advent of peace anytime soon.
Doom and gloom fills the news these days. So it’s a good time to light the Advent candle of hope and call to mind signs of hope.
This Thanksgiving I will thank my lucky stars for the chance to know Benita Keller, to witness her bodacious life and beautiful work.
Last Saturday I saw my grandfather’s tombstone for the first time. Jacob Tremba died in 1922 at the age of 53, leaving a wife and 10 children behind.