by Lorie Lee Andrews
Lorie Lee Andrews, an artist and bookmaker living in Carmel, is a 2012 graduate of Herron School of Art and Design in Indianapolis. She says, “This image refers to a philosophy that a friend shared with me, comparing life events with water temperatures. When both temper-atures of water come out of the same faucet, you can’t stop one by plugging the faucet and still hope to enjoy the other. In the same way, in order to experience life’s joys, we must be willing to be open to painful exper-iences as well. They all come from the same source, just as the hot and the cold come from the same faucet. This image exploits my passion for obsessive doodles and tiny details.” See more of her art on her website.CONTENTS
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Let Go of Your Grudges!
It’s good for you.
Forgive Me My Trespasses
No one else can do it for me.
TAMARA DUBIN BROWN
Moving forward through love.
ROSE MARY O’MALLEY
One Voice Singing
Healing from the Catholic boy blues.
Alternative Our Father
Who are we to decide who lives or dies?
A conversation with Sister Helen Prejean.
THOMAS P. HEALY
A healing journey.
CECILIA POHS BUCKLEY
The Heart of the Matter
Forgive and remember.
MARLA H. ZIMMERMAN
The theme for the next issue is Potential.
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