Laura Cerbus

reflections at the intersection of theology, culture, and the quotidian



Won’t You Be My Neighbor?

Last week a neighbor popped over to give my children the toys she had earned through her grocery store purchases.  That gesture, entirely mundane and unremarkable in my home context, has filled me with pleasure every time I’ve thought about… Continue Reading →

Evening Walk

We walked tonight, us five. We left the house as the sun settled on the rooftops. The air, no longer warmed by the sun’s most intense heat, had cooled. I shivered slightly, and as I inhaled I caught the scent… Continue Reading →

A Gift

The only thing more beautiful than these fresh-picked cherries is the neighbor who brought them to my door.

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