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Update, reflections on almost dying

Last month I wrote about an accident I had in which my leg was nearly completely severed. This near-death experience showed me something about...

Have a blessed day!

Frequently, someone, often a clerk at a store, will say, “Have a blessed day!” I like that. It’s positive, encouraging, and expectant. But what...

2 inches too far

As you remember from last week’s column, Twin Brother Mark had just pulled off his genius Bedroom Blanket Bungle leaving our room in shambles,...

6 biggest mistakes parents make with kids

A journalist recently asked me for the single biggest mistake being made by today’s parents. I was tempted to say, “Having children,” but stopped...

Getting easier to be ‘green’

Kermit the Frog was wrong. It is now easy to be “green.” The evidence is the “Green New Deal,” which CNN describes as a...

Antisocial socialism

The quest to make sense of America’s present political situation goes on ... and on ... and on ... and ... Oh, the heck (by...

The right first teacher

When I arrived to begin first grade, I had already formed an independent nature that was far older than my actual years. The morning of...

Ask Father Paul: How to deal with our sins

DEAR FATHER PAUL: I am a Christian, but try as I might, I can’t seem to gain total victory over two or three nagging...

Honor to whom honor

Last Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2019, marked the 49th anniversary of when I got off the bus at Parris Island, South Carolina, and stood on...

Bedroom blanket bungle

The fighting between my twin brother and me started early. Even before we were born — at least that’s what Mom always said. While...
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