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Jealousy (Philippians 1:15)

When the famous sculptor Michelangelo and the painter Raphael were creating works of art to beautify the Vatican, a bitter spirit of rivalry rose up between them. 235 more words

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tony o in the soo: of sock-hockey, smelts, and dandelion greens

Tony Esposito got his first pair of skates, used, from a cousin, when he was five years old. “I really thought they were something,” he would later recall, as a tender of nets for the Chicago Black Hawks. 575 more words

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Mother Africa

In the warm heart of Africa, I crossed a concrete bridge linking tarmac to terminal as tropical sunshine blazed away an end of rainy season drizzle. 1,010 more words

Memoir

Resurrection Reality (Revelation 1:18)

The disciples and early followers of our Lord asserted with a zeal born of heartfelt conviction that Jesus of Nazareth was a living Savior, not a martyred teacher and philosopher. 225 more words

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Small: Beneath the Sky by Lorna Crozier (179)

This is the second book written by Lorna Crozier that I picked up at my local library.  It was just as great as the first. 177 more words

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How many directions can a mom stretch before she breaks?

Originally published on Today.com Parent Contributors

The 4-year old wants to have a tea party and a play date, but the oldest needs to have his lessons given to him and lunch needs to be cooked. 585 more words

Everyday Musings

Mother Of Us All

During my own spiritual evolution, at some point I came to understand that the planet herself, Gaia/Earth, was my primary mother.  When I’m in nature, truly I feel a unity with all – the trees, the animals, the birds, the stones, the water. 199 more words

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