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Memories of Israel: Moni.

In Israel, every employer is required by law to provide transportation to and from work for all of their employees. The larger factories send a bus around town to pick up every employee for every shift. 577 more words


The Price We Pay for Love

My world seems to be on one of those dimmer switches. Every time I lose someone I love, my surroundings appear a little darker, my thoughts a little more sinister and my reality a little more, well, … 256 more words

It’s a dangerous thing to read your own journals.

Even when you color code them.

I’ve been keeping a journal in some form or another since I was in the third grade. 715 more words

Blog Posts

#945 Losing a Loved One - Comfort in God’s Word

Good Day Brothers and Sisters in Christ,

Made in the image of God and having our own individuality, we each express our emotions differently.  “Experts” say there are different stages in the grief process, but the “experts” cannot agree on the number or identification of the stages.  190 more words

At The Father's Feet Daily Devotional

I heard the voices sob.

I heard
the voices sob
through a dark

a sordid
musty fog
clung to my cells

the grip festered
an exchange;
an uneasy heaviness… 47 more words

Poem And Prose

The caveat of 'being saved'

“I will pray for Jesus’ intervention in rescuing those poor girls.”

That was a response to an article highlighting the prevalence of sex trafficking at major city events like the Superbowl… 628 more words

Author Sarahbeth Caplin