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Till Death Do Us Part

Practical Christian Theology

“Divorce: The past tense of marriage.” ~Anonymous

There isn’t as much in the Bible about divorce as you might think since yesteryear was not an age of easy divorce, and, historically, only profligates, like the Herods and Henry VIII, commonly practiced it. 2,482 more words


1915 Sep 18__Claud Kelson Arraigned - Charged with Deserting His Family

Appeared in the Ephraim Enterprise September 18, 1915


  • Charged with deserting his wife and minor children
  • Pleads guilty
  • Sentenced with $500 fine or imprisoned in jail, one day for each dollar owed…
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Desertion – For The Purpose of Seeking Divorce

In Savitri Pandey v. Prem Chandra Pandey, (2002) 6 SCC 73, it was held as under:
“Desertion for the purpose of seeking divorce under the Hindu Marriage Act, means the intentional permanent forsaking and abandonment of one spouse by the other without that other’s consent and without reasonable cause. 357 more words


Truth Wept as it Lied.

The light is blinding and white.

I try to take a step but I am frozen by fright.

What is there beyond the door,

We have all wondered and asked this before. 205 more words

Old Man's Life

Some days, when the wind turned rigid and speedy, he stayed inside his little cottage on the sloping land beneath the hill. Inside, he did what all people his age did. 1,354 more words

Flash Fiction


Destroying the old world through revolutionary transgression is often presented in these pages as if it is less an action of gesture than one of language. 448 more words


1864 August 6: 12th Wisconsin Infantry Casualties Before Atlanta, and Other News

Following are the smaller news items from the August 6, 1864, issues of The Prescott Journal and The Polk County Press.

From The Prescott Journal… 1,726 more words

Prescott Journal