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Most Excellent Theophilus

It's late, and I've been at it all day. For some reason, I am not quite tired yet. I'm sure that will change in a little while, but I've been thinking about something I heard earlier today. Now don't expect ...

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Honor, and Glory….

Well, today's the day.... ten years since the greatest terrorist attacks on American soil. Of course, there was also Pearl Harbor.... and I don't mean to diminish that horrific event at all; however, it happened before Hawaii became a state. And ...

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Face to Face

Recently, I have been involved in an unusual number of conference calls. And I am getting involved in several other opportunities with clients that will require hours of phone calls and a huge number of email communications. In fact, last ...

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An Eye for an Eye

One hundred ten years ago today, on Sept. 6, 1901, the 25th President of the United States, William McKinley, was shot twice by a disillusioned ex-factory worker named Leon Czolgosz. The President had been attending a function where well-wishers were ...

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Toil and Trouble

Well, tomorrow is Labor Day and as I was thinking about what to write about, I decided to go back to the beginning and explore the origins of work; and why most of us struggle with the necessity of doing ...

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How Goes the Journey?

This week-end, our church is celebrating it's 20th anniversary and we were reminiscing about the old days - singing older songs and talking about the past. Janet and I have attended about 15 years, so we are not founding members ...

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5.9

Today, at 1:52 p.m., 4 miles southwest of Mineral, VA, a 5.9 magnitude earthquake rocked the east coast of our nation. I immediately started getting emails and texts from my clients and friends out there who let me know that ...

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House of Bread

Several months ago, Michelle, the wife of my dear friend Paul, presented me with a loaf of bread - as a gift for Janet and me to enjoy. Well, let me tell you, we loved it. It wasn't just any ...

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House of Bread

Several months ago, Michelle, the wife of my dear friend Paul, presented me with a loaf of bread - as a gift for Janet and me to enjoy. Well, let me tell you, we loved it. It wasn't just any ...

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Love One Another

Today was a special day. Because a friend of mine, a wedding photographer, got married this afternoon and I got to perform the ceremony! There's really more to the story than that, but that's how it ended. You see, probably eight ...

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