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The Chronicles of Ninang (Part I)

“You have made known to me the path of life;
you will fill me with joy in your presence,
with eternal pleasures at your right hand.” (Psalms 16:11) 479 more words

Fighting Ghosts

We all carry the burdens of bygone struggles. Every one of us has fought battles that got the better of us. And thankfully, those of us who figure that out can be saved from it by God through Jesus. 197 more words


Married to a Writer--When Patience Abounds

He saw the writer in me long before I did, maybe because every conversation took a rapid turn from reality to imaginings of what could be or should be or, in an alternate universe, might be. 815 more words

Writer's Life

Free Game Analysis: Attack of the West Windsor Warlord!

For the first time since the relaunch, I’m happy to bring back the Free Game Analysis section to Chess^Summit. As always, if you have an interesting game to share, please send us your PGNs at chess.summit@gmail.com, and we’ll try to cover it within the two-week cycle. 1,041 more words


Let Me Be Frank

“A teachable spirit and a humbleness to admit your ignorance or your mistake
will save you a lot of pain. However, if you’re a person who knows it all, then you’ve… 892 more words


Navigation blunders

By John Miller

Today’s navigation blunder occurred in the opening few minutes, and once rectified, the road became a dirt track which caused some more confusion as it lasted just one kilometre before turning into smooth Tarmac for 18 miles passing oil fields and lonely farms – but no traffic. 113 more words

Navigation Mystery!

I may or may not be directionally-challenged. That’s for me and my family to know. Join my guest, Deanna Klingel, as she discovers how a carefully planned (but still wrong) route lead to a pretty fun discovery. 725 more words

Writer's Life