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A Remarkable Year For Flora

Early this morning we kept a GP appointment in Milford on Sea. I was given a referral for my Dupuytren’s contracture. This photograph from the internet best shows the stage mine has reached. 165 more words

Stump: Gifts by Jennifer Wolfe

Stump is a blogging project of Claremont Presbyterian Church.

While sitting at my younger brother’s house in St. Louis, I chatted with nine-year-old Jordan and five-year-old Logan about everything and nothing, quietly typing away on my iPad.   381 more words

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Stump: Gifts by Lillian Holden Ramirez

Stump is a blogging project of Claremont Presbyterian Church

Sometimes we don’t recognize our gifts.  I recently thanked God for my dyslexia.  I always thought I could accomplish more if I had normal perception, but that particular day I realized that without dyslexia, I would have experienced the world quite differently and thus would not be the person I am today. 276 more words

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Stump: The Manger by Rocky Harvey

Stump is a blogging project of Claremont Presbyterian Church.

The first year Amanda’s mother brought out the manger scene at Christmas, she explained to Amanda the names of each figure in the antique set which had been handed down from her family.  192 more words

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Stump: The Lilly by Telissa Matos

Stump is a blogging project of Claremont Presbyterian Church

From the root of Jesse came Mary of the house of David. In Luke 1:26 we read that the angel Gabriel came to her with an announcement: “Blessed art thou among women.” At first Mary is skeptical. 348 more words

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Poetry and Ontology: Relating Through Experience (Part 1)

Setting the Stage Two Kinds of Knowledge

Eleonore Stump defines two types of knowledge: Franciscan and Dominican[1]. Each type is related to their respective names. 755 more words

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