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The Rockets’ Red Glare…

This year, more than ever before, I saw the divisiveness of our country on the 4th of July more than ever before. Many towns, cities and counties cancelled their formal fireworks displays yesterday and have modified their laws to allow ...

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Happy Birthday, America!

This Saturday, we will celebrate the 244th anniversary of the founding of our country. Unfortunately, this holiday will be unlike others we have had since the Declaration of Independence was adopted in 1776. As a nation, we are struggling with ...

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Lessons from the Anglerfish…

I was reading an interesting article about creatures of the deep that can be seen only by using a deep sea sub that can travel to exceptional depths - observing things that have rarely been seen before. On one such ...

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Two Score and Five…

Today, our oldest daughter, Kristin, celebrated a birthday. How I remember the day that she was born! Janet was in labor for almost 36 hours and finally at 12:32 p.m. on June 25, 1975, Kristin arrived. I was there in ...

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A Supreme Father’s Day…

Once again, it's Father's Day. It's been a somewhat strange week and I have actually gone back and read some of my posts from prior years on the topic - it's been a part of my remembering years past, which ...

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Sunflecks!

I learned a new word yesterday - and it's the title of tonight's post, Sunflecks... Clearly, this has something to do with the center of our solar system but I really didn't have any idea what it meant. So... I ...

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Getting Her “Jesus” On…

Janet and I spent the weekend traveling to Oklahoma on a mission to deliver some material. It was pretty much down and back with one night on the road. In fact, we drove about 1100 miles and were only gone ...

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What the World Needs Now…

...is love, sweet love... It's the only thing that there's just too little of What the world needs now is love, sweet love, No not just for some but for everyone.  (by Hal David and Burt Bacharach - 1965) The country is awash in ...

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When the Cupboard is Bare…

I have now written more than 1550 posts and I have come to follow a process for writing. Rarely, if ever, do I try to come up with a topic for the evening. In fact, I just wait and experience ...

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My Hope for Dad…

This week, on June 2nd, marks 42 years since the death of my father back in 1978. And tomorrow, June 5th, is the 42nd anniversary of his funeral and burial. I have written about Dad many times, and how I ...

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