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History of Literature #90 - Mark Twain's Final Request

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In 1910, the American author Mark Twain took to his bed in his Connecticut home. 203 more words


The Ending That's Not the End

As a writer, I feel a great deal of sympathy toward my pastor at Easter. Imagine the pressure of writing a sermon for the biggest day of the Christian year—one that will make an impact on regulars and C&E visitors alike. 332 more words

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Faiths last words.

As most of you know, my friend faith passed away in this year. Her letter to me can be read here (The Strangest Post I’ll ever do. 844 more words

Out of My Hands (VII)

Whenever we can, Phil and I walk our daughter to school. It’s a half-mile walk down streets of ranch-style and split-level houses and apartments. Most of the homes belong to strangers, but over the past few weeks, I’ve had the chance to meet some of these neighbors. 470 more words

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You have one week to live

We are entering into Palm Sunday and Holy Week.  153 more words


Finished (VI)

When Phil and I went through the medical procedure of conceiving our children, the doctor handed us a packet of photocopies with ART terminology, diagrams, and illustrations of human… 569 more words

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