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The Grieving Process

Everyone grieves differently when a loved one passes away. It seems easier for some and hard for others. When I lost my brother ‘Fr. Tom’ it was very hard for me accept it and move on. 237 more words

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Day 2

I went to boarding school in 1995. It was the year our lives changed forever. By the year 1995 the activities of the separatist group United Liberation Front of Assam (ULFA) in Assam was at its peak. 593 more words

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Let There Be Light!

Hello!  Glad you’re back, or if you’re new here, welcome!  Grab a glass of iced tea or cuppa something hot, and get comfy.  I want to tell you about when God turned the lights back on. 777 more words

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Dark Star

Lying on the living room floor the other night, listening to “Dead Air,” the all-Grateful Dead show on Eugene public radio, I was swept away by a live version of the 1977 release “Looks Like Rain.” It was simply the most beautiful Dead song I had ever heard, lovely and sad and hopeful all at the same time. 580 more words

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Finding "Community"...

It’s been a few months now that I’ve been on my own, since my daughter and I parted ways and she was married. At that point I knew it was important for me to find “community” with others, build new friendships and engage in the world at large more fully. 491 more words

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30 days autobiography challenge

Day 1:  The first school I attended was in my hometown Nalbari. Little Flowers’ School was the first English medium school in town.  When Deuta moved to Nalbari in the 70’s to set up shop as a gynaecologist there were only Assamese medium schools in town. 680 more words

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Sicko

I caught one of those contemptible summer colds this week. Late Monday night, I started getting sore tonsils, and things went downhill from there. Thursday as I was leaving work, the office manager subbing for the area manager asked me if I wanted to work Friday. 847 more words

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