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Godspeed, Racer…

It's been a little quiet in Indianapolis the last several days. That's because we are mourning the loss of one of the greatest auto racers of all time. Bobby Unser passed away earlier this week, last Sunday, and the entire ...

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What’s the Chance?

Today, May 2nd, is the anniversary of a surgery that I had three years ago to fix a serious tendon injury I sustained in late April, 2018. I had to wait nine days from the date of my injury before ...

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Kepler’s World…

Earlier this week, the world celebrated its birthday - at least according to noted German mathematician and astronomer, Johannes Kepler. According to Kepler, the world was created on April 27, 4977 B.C. (before Christ). Now, this seems like some random ...

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Entering Into Rest…

It's been an exhausting week. Issues with the neighborhood association where I serve on the Board of Directors, numerous client meetings and connecting with old friends - and many friends and acquaintances who have suffered medical issues. Of course, Janet ...

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The Long Recovery…

I happened to meet a young man named Austin at the gas station today. He was wearing a familiar style leg brace with an adjustable locking mechanism on the side. I asked him what had happened to his knee and ...

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Difficult Verses…

We are going through the New Testament at church this year - in fact, we are reading it cover to cover and the sermon series is based on the verses and chapters that we are to read each week. We ...

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Death and Taxes…

Well, usually today would be Tax Day! Or, depending on the day of the week, the District of Columbia celebrates Emancipation Day, a legal holiday in D.C., on April 16th and this sometimes creates a delay so that our income ...

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It Started with an Egg-cident…

I should have guessed that it was going to be a challenging week-end. It started out on Friday afternoon. Janet and I usually go to Kroger and do our shopping for the week before we have dinner. I know, I ...

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Easter is Over… Now What?

We have just passed through the period of Lent; and the celebration of Easter last Sunday. After denying ourselves during the period of Lent, in solidarity with sacrificing something of value to us in anticipation of Good Friday, Holy Saturday ...

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The Empty Tomb and the Folded Cloth…

It's Easter, 2021. This week, we have been reviewing the different things that happened during the final days before the death of Jesus. Today, we celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus. Almost all Christians know the Easter story. The Scripture tells ...

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