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My Journey Out

I write music; always have. Since I was four years old and teaching my sisters the lyrics to my first hit, “sister came and popped …

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Concern for Others

A few years ago a world-wide media event served as an illustration of how our society does not want us to get along with each …

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Wasp Attack

My husband and I were enjoying a warm summer evening and talking about the trip to Steamboat Rock State Park we were planning for the …

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Vaccines and Autism

Court Denies Link between Vaccines and Autism I’m smart enough to know when I’m not smart enough and in the debate about vaccines and disorders …

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Finding Common Ground

It’s rather bluntly put in the King James Version: Can two walk together, except they be agreed? Amos 3:3. It’s such a wonderful advantage when …

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Dead But Still Alive

It was a warm summer day in 1975. I was living in Atlanta, Georgia, at the time teaching Social Studies. We lived in a town home in the …

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Your Sodium Intake

Americans like to eat tasty foods and one ingredient we love to have in our foods is sodium. Sodium is the ingredient that wakes up …

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Avoid the Edge

A story is told of a very wealthy gentleman who lived in a palatial mansion, on a high mountain, overlooking the surrounding valleys. The only …

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