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    The Book of Esther is unique, because it is a story where the main character is never named, never speaks, but is present and active. Consider it.

      So here I am at North Myrtle Beach with my wife of 53 years. Climbing out of our air conditioned car, the first thing we smell is the salty oc…

        “Life is iffy.” I was thinking recently about how true this statement can be. Someone once said, “life is known as the big if.” Everyday we di…

          I spent many of my after school evenings at the Greentown Branch Library. I really don’t remember how it started or why I gravitated there; th…

            As my kids get older, I notice patterns in their thinking and behavior. For example, they run the other way when anything is said about chores…

              “One in five American adults has been a victim or witness to events that traumatized them in just the past 10 years, “ according to a recent B…

                I watched through the living room window as a neighborhood kid, his bicycle slightly too big for his stature, paused at the two-foot, rock-wal…

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