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Waiting to be offended

We have way too much free time on our hands. It is as if we are sitting around just waiting for something to offend...

That which remains

Almost everything built by man will someday disappear. Oh, there may be a few relics, artifacts, and ruins left behind. The coliseum in Rome,...

Airport terminal turbulence

This is the tale of woe of two travelers traveling to a family reunion to celebrate the eightieth birthday of a very special lady. Elaborate...

Adopted vs. ‘natural’ siblings

Question: We have two married daughters, one of whom is adopted. The biological daughter has two children who, we recently discovered, have been told...

How government creates conflict

We are living in a time of increasing domestic tension. Some of it stems from the presidency of Donald Trump. Another part of it...

Hypocrisy has lost all meaning

There was a time when calling someone a hypocrite could stain their reputation. No more. Like the overused and often misapplied word “racism,” hypocrisy...

Balcony people

From the beginning, I’ve been grateful for those who showed me a kindness or encouragement. Particularly during my most impressionable years. I never thought I...

Who was Jeremiah?

I thought a good thing for us to do together here in my article today in the “lazy days of summer” (I know. “Lazy?”)...

Stop arguing; have a conversation instead

“Therefore, as God’s chosen people, holy and dearly loved, clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness and patience. Bear with each other and forgive...

A look at sportsmanship

When I was in the 7th grade, my father took me to my first high school football game. Dobyns-Bennett High School of Kingsport, Tenn.,...
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