Holt, Don
November 2006
National Catholic Reporter;11/17/2006, Vol. 43 Issue 5, p4
The author reflects on his faith, associating it with fire and wood. The fire replenishes once wood is added to it like his faith having as its fuel daily meditations and faith-based conversations. The wood that flared up quickly in the woodbox when thrown on the fire symbolizes his daily commitments like weekly hour of worship.


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