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Tag Archives: death

Funeral Planning

No sooner had my mother stopped breathing, than my family had to start making a myriad of decisions. My father knew which funeral service to …

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Navigating Grief

“Although the world is full of suffering, it is full also of the overcoming of it,” observed Helen Keller. Many people have experienced the deep …

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My Biggest Crush

Why two of them? They were identical twins, and to love one was to love the other. Basketball player tall. Pretty-man faces. Shock of black …

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An Unforgettable Day

I woke up that morning completely unprepared. Though the sun was shining and it was a seemingly ordinary weekend morning, nothing could prepare me for …

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A Proverb of Admonition

(The COVID-19 Pandemic, and racial strife) Shine! All you who call on the name of Jesus, Shine as you’ve never shined before! Let all those …

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Forever Young

Perhaps you caught the story years ago online: “A 56 year-old inventor and author predicts that human immortality is no more than 20 years away!” …

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Mad at Death

Have you ever been mad at death? Most people are sad when a loved one dies, but mad? Anger is one of the steps in …

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