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STORIES: "The chapati" (flat bread)

A long time ago, in a small village in India there was a  woman who always baked chapati  (flat bread) for the members of her family and an extra one for a hungry passerby. 515 more words


Humility and Generosity

Jean Vanier is the founder of the L’Arche communities where mentally handicapped and non-mentally handicapped people live together and he is a prolific writer and speaker.  499 more words

What? The kids learned that from us? High-five!

The pulsating pain radiating from my tooth and down my jaw was so intense I cried and curled up in bed. Tylenol and Motrin were no longer numbing the ache and I didn’t have an appointment with a specialist until 3 p.m. 585 more words


Topsy Turvy

LESS THAN ONE year after Hurricane Katrina devastated parts of the gulf coast, our professional society convened for a Tech Education & Training Conference on infrastructure — in none other than the French Quarter of New Orleans, Louisiana. 750 more words


Almost is Almost here!

Whether it’s keeping the grass cut or teaching a class. We’ve had full Sunday Services and Sunday Morning Forums. We’ve welcomed a human dynamo, Walter Clark and helped feed those in need. 93 more words




I’ve been in love with gardens forever, often captivated by the beauty found within. My hitherto balcony didn’t allow for such an indulgence, able to grow a few potted plants that brought a modicum of delight was all I could manage.  192 more words