Forgiveness: a short course

Many readers of my novel When Gulls Fly Low have remarked that they found it to be a wonderful lesson in forgiveness. One even said it was the best book on forgiving she’d ever read. At first this mystified me, because I’d never thought of it as anything like that.…

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Guess who?

Would you spend a weekend with this man? Nearly half a million people once said “Yes!” Why would so many people put themselves through untold discomfort in the middle of August, just to hang out with him and a few hundred thousand of his (not really) closest friends? Well, some good music…

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Here is a chance to change lives immediately!

I have recently become acquainted with Herbert Mabonga, the Chairman of the Initiative for Helping needy Elderly and Orphans (IHEO) in Uganda. They are presently trying to increase their inventory of livestock so that they can serve more of the very old and very young who are in dire need.

What is most extraordinary about them is that they are trying to provide people with ways to become self-supporting, at least at a subsistence level. This short video (less than 5 minutes) sends a very powerful message to the world about what they’re doing.

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It’s All Stories

What follows is an excerpt I recently found in my personal journal. I wrote it Friday, November 25th, 2005, the day after Thanksgiving. It offers the reader a chance to peek inside my mind as I consider some new ideas that I found extremely compelling at the time, and far…

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Judi’s Review of “When Gulls Fly Low”

A Review of When Gulls Fly Low? A novel by Ned B. Johnson This extraordinary book is a love story and much more. It delves into metaphysics, lucid dreaming, and personal transformation through spiritual growth. When Gulls Fly Low? is a brilliant, eclectic read that seeks to awaken the sleeping wisdom within us.…

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