Tag Archives: Bryan Guzman

What the Widow’s Mite Adds Up To

Friday, early morning, the day after Thanksgiving 2015, we lost our closest friend, Deanna Petersohn, to an aggressive cancer.  Less than three months passed between her diagnosis and her death.  She was only 60.  A quick and outrageous wit, extraordinary loyalty, … Continue reading

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Dan Guzman – “But It Was (Hijacked)”

Here’s one of Hypnotist Collector’s great songs, “But It Was (Hijacked).”  A great rock riff fuels this song with so much meaning for our times.  There’s literal hijacking, of course, but we’ve also been hijacked by rats, inequality, materialism…. When … Continue reading

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Emmanuel House Opens in Aurora

The new Emmanuel House headquarters. ♦ Watch a video of the grand opening. This past Easter Sunday evening, Emmanuel House co-founder and board chair, Rick Guzman, and me, and my wife Linda were there from 6 p.m. to midnight painting offices that … Continue reading

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