Writings by Cole Huffman

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The Upside of Anger

I have not been cussed like that ever in my life, even by my profanest high school coach. We were on vacation last week, staying at some friends’ lovely beachside condominium.   On Thursday one of my daughters and I transported a few sacks of finish-out-the-week groceries up the elevator to our place on the seventh floor.   We utilized a luggage cart which I then returned to the ground floor garage.   Through that garage is the main walkway to the pools and beach.  ... Read More
Posted by Cole Huffman at Jun 13
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The Sermon and The Lunch

This is the title of an essay by C. S. Lewis; it appears in his anthology, God in the Dock .   Lewis tells of listening—for a little while, at least—to a sermon given by a pastor-friend.   The pastor’s daughter invited Lewis to lunch afterwards in the pastor’s home, stating that Sunday lunch was “always a little less frightful when there’s a visitor.”   What tuned Lewis out to the pastor’s message (as well as everyone there “under thirty,” Lewis observed, in a... Read More
Posted by Cole Huffman at Jun 2
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