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When I walk the river with my dog, or dogs when someone approaches, I always smile and say, “Mornin’.  And it’s a rare morning on the Fox when someone doesn’t respond in kind. 580 more words

The Fault in Our Stars

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In a recent interview with John Green, author of “The Fault in Our Stars,” he talked briefly about the title, based on the famous passage from William Shakespeare’s, “Julius Ceasar:” 605 more words


Reflections from Within

There’s almost no telling how love will unfold in our personal lives or as we move through the world-at-large. As we progress through our lives, we all seem to arrive at our own understanding of what it means to love someone. 1,365 more words



What a testimony to the human spirit!  This young man spends his spring, summer, and fall working on a farm in Torquay Saskatchewan.  Chris runs the planter and sprayer in the spring and then a combine in the fall.   78 more words

Chris Koch Story

“The Human Spirit” at The Odyssey Theater Looks Back at Apartheid’s Unheralded Heroes

Reviewed by Steven Woodruff


Carole Eglash-Kosoff’s play now running at The Odyssey Theater succeeds best when it focuses closely on its edgy quartet of female heroines. 238 more words

Book Review

Seasons of the Heart

Uncharted Hearts

We were once two spirits,
Lost and wandering
Amid the ancient mists of
Mornings long forgotten.

Our souls were drawn together… 1,454 more words