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There is much to be desired when it comes to spending time alone. It’s only been in the last few years that the floodgates of voices have been…

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This is part three in a series about my friend and fellow pilgrim, Tom. In the previous columns, Tom shared his insights about humility and pa…

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Years ago, in the seventies, while living in another city, this writer worked at the nation’s first and largest minimum security correctional …

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This is part two of a series about Tom and Faye. Tom is sixty-eight years old and was admitted to hospice with ALS, “Lou Gehrig’s Disease”. To…

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Way back many years when I was a boy, my family consisted of my dad, mother and my three sisters. We lived on a farm on state Route 335 where …

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Tom was sixty-eight years old when he was admitted to Hospice with Lou Gehrig’s disease (ALS). He was bedbound and required total care. Tom wa…

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Christians are accountable to love and pray for their family, and friends, and against evil everywhere, but unfortunately, many have lost the …

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Yellow butterflies are easy to see. Their bright color stands out. Even though many are common, most people would not be able to tell you thei…

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Many years ago when I worked at Landmark down behind Klinker’s Lumber in Waverly, I ran into an old friend of mine Johnny Cremeans. The weathe…

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One beautiful spring afternoon my neighbor, Roger, and I had a backyard, over-the-fence, conversation, like “Tim the Tool Man“, had every week…

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We will never rise above or go beyond what we believe and what we speak. It’s a spiritual revelation to comprehend that words have power and w…

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This is part two of a three-part series about Loyal, who enrolled in our outpatient hospice service with end-stage lung cancer. Loyal was in h…

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