Monthly Archives: May 2013

Freedom Isn’t Free

As you enjoy your grilled burger or steak today, or a picnic at the local park, please take a moment and remember those who have died in the fight for freedom.  The price is high for some; a huge sacrifice. … Continue reading

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The Cure for Cancer

As I was contemplating why so many people in my personal circle have cancer, and some who’ve gotten lung cancer and don’t even smoke, I wondered if we already have the cure right under our noses. If farmers would stop … Continue reading

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Skills

               It was a beautiful Fall day and my neighbor, Dick, was raking leaves.  It had been a long morning …he had a lot of leaves…and he was exhausted when he hit the wasp’s nest with his rake.  He … Continue reading

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Writing Excitement

         I have been overwhelmed lately with my writing projects.  I am excited about my progress but feel like I have so much to do; I don’t know what to work on first.  Normally, I already have two to three … Continue reading

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The teachers in the synagogue

Sunday was Mother’s Day and our pastor, like many across the country I am sure, gave a Mother’s Day message. He spoke about Mary and the passages that state “She pondered these things in her heart.” Then he talked about … Continue reading

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I’ve been pondering the Fruit of the Spirit

Galatians 5:22-23 gives us the list: “The fruit of the spirit are love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, gentleness, faithfulness, and self-control. Against which that is no law.” We’ve all learned them at some point, either through rote memorization in … Continue reading

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Friday’s thoughts

My writer friends have posted lately regarding time, weddings, funerals, and the like. A central theme has surfaced of the fleeting-ness of our days. Nostalgia has taken over my sensibilities. My time has been much occupied with wedding plans, company, … Continue reading

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