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A New Day

Another day awakens Promising calm winds Sunny skies A touch of clouds That guide me through The hectic times of my life   I stretch, drawing in Energy to replenish My weary soul To revitalize desires And strengthen interests A … Continue reading

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Two souls

  We fit together, you and I Most times we see things, eye to eye.   For you, it’s sleeping on the right Left is my choice always at night.   I listen carefully when you speak. Good understanding, when … Continue reading

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Advice Column

Dear Martha: My eight-year-old son got sent home early from school. Supposedly he pulled a girl’s ponytail so hard it made her cry. I don’t believe it. My son’s a kind-hearted kid. He says the girl waves her hair in … Continue reading

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My Friend

To know God, to truly know God. That’s what I want more than anything.   He’ll come to me as a friend and sit by my side. He’ll sing to me of love, joy, and inner tranquility.   He’ll tell … Continue reading

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Advice Column

Dear Martha: I have a problem. I’m planning a dinner party for a bunch of good friends. I know what I want to serve, but when I invited my friends, one said she couldn’t eat gluten, another was vegan and … Continue reading

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Faith is my Rock

Fortunately, faith is my foundation. Admittedly, I frequently fail. Independently, however, I am nothing. Truthfully, the Lord sits on my shoulder. Hesitatingly, I listen before acting.   Inevitably, I stumble again and again. Stupefyingly, He never crosses me off His … Continue reading

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Not Just a Story

My mom seldom talked about her past, but when she did, her stories were riveting. She was born a child of poverty, the second oldest amongst a passel of children. Her mother, my grandmother, grew different kinds of herbs, vegetables … Continue reading

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