Author Archives: Norma Bolze

What We Remember

Have you ever been on top of a volcano?  If not, you should put it on your bucket list. Standing on top of Volcan Osorno, you can look out at the expanse of Lago Llanquihue, as sky blue stretches down … Continue reading

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Broken Yet Full

Lord, why’d you waste your love on me? Why spend your precious care On one who came with hands empty, One by the winter rains laid bare? There’s nothing I could say or do That ought to mean a thing … Continue reading

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Can You Live Sad and Happy?

I’ve been living in a phase of life that has had me asking the above question: “Can you live sad and happy?” My answer, after painful deliberation is: I sure hope so! There seems to be a common misconception that … Continue reading

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The Search for Utopia

Sometimes life just feels like so much less than it ought to be. Some mornings I wake up and think to myself, “Man, if only things were different. If only life weren’t so hard and broken. If only we didn’t … Continue reading

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Our Final Destination

Sometimes I’m reminded of just how fleeting this world really is. Everyone has their own triggers that remind them of this reality. Maybe it is the death of a loved one. Maybe it is the sound of sirens passing by. … Continue reading

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