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Thank You to a Silent Savior

Tweet His name was Nicholas Winton, a quiet Englishman who recently died at the age of 106.  He never got around to talking much about himself. Probably no one would have known had his wife not found the dusty scrapbook in their attic, and that … Continue reading

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Of Birthdays and Life

Tweet Nothing like a(nother!) birthday to make one think about life.  Mine, yes.  But not mine alone. On my dad’s 98th birthday, I tried and tried to imagine what life would have been like back with he was little.  I … Continue reading

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Cutting Edge Freedom Words

Tweet Alice’s comment to my last blog post set me to thinking about the stirring words that have pointed us to freedom.  Let’s lay our conflicts aside and consider those who have gone before us:   “Is life so dear, or peace so sweet, … Continue reading

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