Author Archives: Scott Linscott

About Scott Linscott

Living life to the fullest, walking in the dust of my Rabbi, creating art through photography and written word, speaking words of hope and encouragement at conferences, workshops, church and civic gatherings.

Shhhh…

“The priority of Jesus’ solitude and silence is everywhere in the Gospels. It’s how he began his ministry. It’s how he made important decisions. It’s how he dealt with troubling emotions like grief. It’s how he dealt with the constant … Continue reading

Posted in Liver disease | Leave a comment

Close the book? No, thank you.

I’ll cry today. I know it. Some of my tears will be triggered by tears I see on the faces of people I love and others will come at my own sadness of a relationship suspended. Relationship suspended. I’ve cried … Continue reading

Posted in Liver disease | Leave a comment

Lasting impact in my mother’s memory

It was Monday, April 16 and I was in Oratorio, Guatemala once again at one of my favorite places on Earth. I was with a team of about 20 people serving at the AMG Noah’s Ark Center. Some of the … Continue reading

Posted in Liver disease | 1 Comment

Grief sneaks up on you

I’m not liking the surprise grief attacks. Continue reading

Posted in Liver disease | 1 Comment

It’s a good day. My Mom is with Jesus.

It’s a good day. My 85 year old mother passed quietly last night, comfortable, at a beautiful hospice facility with people she loved by her side. It was the answer to the prayer she has been praying for several years, … Continue reading

Posted in Liver disease | Leave a comment

This is getting old. Immunosuppression sucks

Back in 2011, I said this blog would reflect my transplant journey and would be honest. I like to try to keep things positive but … I am sick again. No, not liver stuff. It’s just regular stuff. I’ve been … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Be the yellow.

“Be the yellow.” I captured this scene on a side street of a Jerusalem market. Why? Because of the yellow. The shop doors and gates were all drab and gray. Dim, florescent lights cast their odd haze on the scratches, … Continue reading

Posted in Liver disease | Leave a comment