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Making it Work...

This month, my husband and I celebrated fifteen years of marriage.  Now I know fifteen may not seem like a big deal to some – it is certainly not 25, 50, or even the 64 years that one of the couples at church is celebrating this month.  515 more words

Asian Scholar Offers Knowledge and Wisdom on Our White Race, the Jews, China, Japan, and Adolf Hitler

A man of excellent experiences in Asia because he was born there and has lived there most of his life has corresponded with me and expressed his scholarly research results and well-informed opinions about China, Adolf Hitler, and related topics. 2,560 more words

The Jewish Problem

Beauty after the storm

Up here in Seattle, we are famously known for coffee, technology, the Seahawks and rain.  Yes, we do get a high frequency of rain but not actually a lot of rain (by inches or intensity).   626 more words

Jesus

Connection to Heal Trauma

Trauma is essentially an experience and feeling of disconnection from oneself. We disconnect from ourselves, because a person, event, thing or situation threatens our emotional (or other) safety. 116 more words

The Best Advice I have Ever Received...

The best advice I have ever received was from my great, grandfather Walter Childs. He passed away in 1990 from colon cancer. I miss so much. 40 more words

Spirituality

Quote #93

Love is such a wonderful feeling within, and a hellish feeling without.

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Never Been Better

If you ask my uncle how he’s doing, he’ll most likely say, “Never been better!” in his loud, raspy, Chicago voice. I didn’t know him very well when I grew up and at first thought his words were a hollow, standard reply. 54 more words

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