Telling stories.

The Volvo’s last family trip after the engine seized and ten years after a failed repossession (Photo by author)

A 2002 message of mine to a congregation in upstate NY:

Good Morning,

For most of my life, I’ve been associated with Christianity and Lutheran churches in one form or another. Yet, my pathway of faith has not been one of gradual education and revelation. Sometimes I’ve been struck by a realization that suddenly springs to full consciousness. Those moments are hard to see…

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Tales of learning things in the wild where making mistakes often comes with consequences. Tales of surprise. Tales of romance. Tales of heartbreak. Tales of joy. Stories of life and some reflections on finding meaning and managing risk among the wolves.

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Ed Musto

Ed Musto

Risk manager and quality assurance guy out on the left coast. As the man said, “It’s the end of the world as we know it (and I feel fine).”

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