Monthly Archives: April 2017

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

At Random. “When something or someone you love troubles your conscience–when your everyday relationships are political acts–do you try to be a moderating force, or are you obligated to make a break entirely?”  (Lauren Collins, “Secrets in the Sauce: The … Continue reading

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Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Hyperboles I Heard as a Child, Before I Knew They Were Hyperboles “Lord, Estelle, you’ve cooked enough to feed Pharaoh’s Army,” my mom said when we visited her for Sunday dinner. “If you boys don’t quit drinking so much before … Continue reading

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Wednesday, April 12, 2017

From the Past.  When I was in my twenties, I developed three ideas which enabled me to have courage to face challenges.  Just this week I reviewed them before undertaking a project.  There are three rules and one corollary, named … Continue reading

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Wednesday, April 5, 2017When

Heaven.  Two middle-aged, sincere women, Jehovah’s Witnesses, showed me a 90-second video about the happiness and fulfillment that Heaven will provide, thanks to the savior Jesus Christ.  They invited me to church.  I thanked them for their time and testimony. … Continue reading

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