Simple Living Works!

Simple Living Works! Weekly

Posted on: February 22, 2016





Simple Living Works!

Weekly Digest

Feb. 22, 2016

In This Issue:

  • Paso Peace Circle
  • Latest SLW! Podcast: Lee Van Ham
  • The Lutheran Magazine Blogger Pays Tribute to SLW!*
  • DIY Who’s Risen from the Dead, Anyway?
  • Worth Revisiting – Alternate Ash Wed. and Lent
  • Free Resources – Lent/Easter
  • What Others Are Doing – So much help!
  • More!

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I spoke recently at the Paso Robles, CA, Peace Circle. It was formed about a year ago by a WW II U.S. bomber pilot — about to turn 99 — and a survivor of the Allied bombing of Dresden at the end of WW II — then age five. Dick and Hart have become fast friends and meet every week. The larger circle meets once a month to pursue inner peace and then to promote peace resolutely in the wider community. To read my notes of the meeting, visit my travel journal Post #297.

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What’s NOW with SLW!

  • SUBSCRIBE to SLW! Podcast for free through or your favorite podcast service. Subscribe to SLW! Blog. Click “+Follow” at lower right of blog post, enter a name and email address. Welcome!
  • Simpler Living Alternative Daily Calendar – FEBRUARY | MARCH
  • Check out a few of SLW! thought-provoking, timely resources that might meet your personal, family or congregational/group needs. They’re all FREE. Visit Seasonal/Thematic Resource Index

What Others Are Doing – So Much Help!

I’m glad to pass along links from simple living bloggers, podcasters, coaches and others. Some faith-based, some not. You needn’t read them all. Choose FIVE links — including SLW! — to investigate.

What’s Happened


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