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There are days like that, when I simply don’t have a clue.  I don’t understand why the world is rotating the way it is.  I can’t begin to understand the workings of our nation’s leadership and Washington, DC is just … Continue reading

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Methuselah was an old, old man when God finally took him to heaven.  For 969 years he stumbled around the planet.  He raised a family, saw them grow into adults, had grandchildren and great grandchildren. And then he died. So … Continue reading

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“Millions of men have lived to fight, build palaces and boundaries, shape destinies and societies; but the compelling force of all times has been the force of originality and creation profoundly affecting the roots of human spirit.” Ansel Adams Most … Continue reading

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  We all have a certain amount of drama in our lives.  With the invention of the internet and instant news, we’ve all become an active part in the drama that is playing out all around us.  We can become … Continue reading

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When I was growing up, I thought it would be so cool to be an archaeologist.  Imagine spending your workdays discovering unknown civilizations and peering into tombs of former kings. Later on in life, the Indiana Jones movies came out and … Continue reading

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If it were only a matter of fighting off armies of an invading enemy – or simply a battle cry against those who would cause us emotional or physical harm.If our task required us to stand up for those less fortunate, … Continue reading

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Original art by Paul T. Boecher – The Old Mill© The old flour mill stands beside the rolling Mississippi River, An icon, once thriving, once useful – a place where industry grew a small town into a great city, Now inoperative, … Continue reading

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King Solomon was a man of great wisdom. He had wealth beyond measure.  He could partake in anything that would give him enjoyment.  He had servants caring for him, more wives than he could count and a nation who looked up to and … Continue reading

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