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Old Stuff I Really Don’t Miss

ShareSometimes it seems like all people do is complain.  trading system forex Contemporary music is (Choose one): (A) Noisy, or (B) Shallow, or (C) Offensive. The American business environment is (Choose one):  (A) Cut-throat, or (B) Impersonal,  or (C) Greedy. My pastor is (Choose one):  (A) Too Conservative, or (B) Too Liberal, or (C) Too Long-Winded. Politicians are (Choose one):  (A) Power-Hungry, or […]

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O CHRISTMAS TREE: A Brief Chronology

ShareAge 1 – Oh!  Oh!  Look at the twinkling lights!  I’ve never seen anything like this!  Look at the shiny balls—Wouldn’t they taste good…?  Mommy, why are you running and pulling me away?  Do you always get so excited?!  Age 5 – I LOVE the pink Teddy Bear ornament from Grandma!  And the Santa ornament […]

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WHERE THE LOVE OF GOD GOES: The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald

Does anyone know where the love of God goes
When the waves turn the minutes to hours…

–Gordon Lightfoot, “The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald”

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BITTERSWEET NOSTALGIA

ShareTime flies.  I’m loathe to launch my new blog—to which I hope thoughtful readers might turn for a smile or a spot of news—with a cliché. Were I in my 20s (or even my early 30s) with a smaller stash of memories and a longer lifeline looming ahead, I might abandon the truism altogether. Fact […]

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