Roy Bowen

Roy’s Sunday Letter for August 6, 2023

By Roy Bowen

** Two Words Beginning with A: We are at our best as an individual, family and nation, when we Allow other cultures, values, and faiths to become part of our true selves. Acceptance of others, showing loving kindness, will increase and add to the health of our hearts and our…

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Roy’s Sunday Letter for July 23, 2023

By Roy Bowen

Roy’s Sunday Letter will return in August. I have benefitted from the mental and keyboard July rest. I am talking to Beth about what to continue, something of interest to add, and making sure I give you, my readers, the very best of me, and our common world we live…

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Roy’s Sunday Letter for July 16, 2023

By Roy Bowen

Roy is stepping away from Sunday Letter for the month of July, returning in August. For regular Sl readers, what do you like best about the SL’s you have received and read?? What about the SL could be refreshed, something new, added to what you have received and read? I…

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Roy’s Sunday Letter for July 9, 2023

By Roy Bowen

After 159 Sunday Letters I am takin a break for month of July A time to refresh, read, write stories, and look around to whats next. August will be here for us all soon. Roy

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Roy’s Sunday Letter for July 2, 2023

By Roy Bowen

I am taking a July break from composing and sending forth The Sunday Letter. The SL began as friends wanted to know how Beth and I were adjusting to our Apri, 2020 decision to return to Fort Worth from our days in Amarillo and Santa Fe. There have been 159…

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Roy’s Sunday Letter for June 25, 2023

By Roy Bowen

** We have intentionally planted to attract bees and butterflies. Google says the butterflies have a life-span of two to four weeks, some less or more. Accessible and available nectar is vital. Thank you to the summers’ butterflies for blessing us with your beauty and grace. ** Philanthropy journals are…

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Roy’s Sunday Letter for June 18, 2023

By Roy Bowen

** Why I listen to jazz: A jazz group will begin together; then, players will drop back, others step up. Jazz presents the whole as well as the individual, all flowing together. To me, this is why I miss Tuesdays at 9 staff meetings. Seven at the table, the individual…

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Roys Sunday Letter fot June 11,2023

By Roy Bowen

** We now have two hummingbirds coming to our feeder. Three or four would be a normal summer count. Global warming, decline of natural habitat? ** Good writing from a Fiction book: “She (he) was too young and had no stories or depth of life to reply upon.” An additional…

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Roy’s Sunday Letter for June 4, 2023

By Roy Bowen

** Saturday, I joined others around Texas and across the US by wearing Orange, as our way of standing against gun violence and harm to innocents. There were speakers, panels, storytelling, and education, and, of course, Tshirts. Across town there was the monthly Gun Show with over-flow lines and parking.…

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Roy’s Sunday Letter for May 28, 2023

By Roy Bowen

** Thursday marked 365 days since the gun deaths of 19 students & 2 faculty in Uvalde, south Texas. My Texas Legislature turned away from the pain, the challenge, of leadership, of courage, to take common ground steps to make schools safe. Dallas ISD has distributed “Stay Safe,” a Winnie-The-Pooh…

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