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The Storyteller and the Word by Shane Joseph

In the beginning was the Word, and it was given to the Storyteller, and he told his audience stories that taught valuable lessons about life. Many wise masters followed the example of the storyteller: Jesus, Muhammad, and Gautama, and less exalted ones like Plato, Gandhi, and King. In the early days, storytellers sat around campfires… Continue reading The Storyteller and the Word by Shane Joseph

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Thanksgiving Dinner, 2020 by Felicity Sidnell Reid

Photo by Dan Gold on Unsplash Zooming in on steaming food set out on pretty plates, we eye each other’s offerings, recall advice from earlier years, “Watch out, your eyes are bigger than your belly!" No problem this year as we cannot reach to taste but only wonder at my daughter’s lentil bake swaddled in… Continue reading Thanksgiving Dinner, 2020 by Felicity Sidnell Reid

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Ups and Downs of Lockdown by Mike Croucher

I miss books Being mostly confined to home for the last eight months has been tough. Like everyone, we miss seeing our kids, our grandkids, and the grand pets (3 dogs, 1 cat). We have good days and bad days. Fortunately the bad days are short-lived. We keep busy. It’s easy to get down at… Continue reading Ups and Downs of Lockdown by Mike Croucher

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Letter from Jack to His Mom by Patricia Calder

Photo from Digital Content Writers India Dear Mom, You would have loved flying with me today. We are nearing the end of our flight training, so we had a more or less free day to fly over northern England and even into Scotland and Wales, in a big circle. Each country is so different from… Continue reading Letter from Jack to His Mom by Patricia Calder