Monthly Archives: November 2010

Protecting Something They Love

  Why are some people so crabby? What makes him so mean? Why does that person have such a bad attitude, and why is she such a recluse, hermit or anchorite? One older wise man had an answer. He said, … Continue reading

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Justifying the Recon

  The slang for reconditioning a vehicle is “recon”, and those who are involved in the process know the hard work that goes into reconditioning a car or truck. Time, money, and effort is expended at great levels to make … Continue reading

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Commitment

  The chicken and the pig were having a discussion about how good the farmer had been to each of them. The chicken bragged about the farmer providing feed, cleaning it’s pen, and always watching over the chicken coup for … Continue reading

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What’s It Like at MRZ CENTRE Outreach?

  The doors open at nine o clock this morning at MRZ CENTRE, but people are lined up at six thirty. Conversations and community gather as though it were the big sale at the store on the Friday after Thanksgiving. … Continue reading

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I Can’t Believe I Ate the Whole Turkey?

  How many people remember the old Alka Seltzer commercial, “I can’t believe I ate the whole thing?” The question today is, “Did you?” Did you really eat the whole turkey? Was there any left over? Was there not even … Continue reading

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Today We Bow Our Heads and Give Thanks

  This day reminds everyone to acknowledge and bow in thanks to one much greater than we who provides for all the abundance this country enjoys: Dear Heavenly Father, We thank you for the bounty of blessings that you have … Continue reading

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The Aftermath of the Scrambled Puzzle

  There it is. After five weeks and two days, the one thousand piece puzzle is finally complete. Only a couple other people have contributed a couple pieces, and the solo attempt to do something magnanimous is over. Every edge … Continue reading

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Beyond the Dunce Crowned Fool

  The “dunce” hat was a cone like hat that was for school children who were misbehaving. A child out of order would be made to wear this hat and was sat in a corner of the classroom where everyone … Continue reading

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In a Heartbeat

  Monday comes, and it’s time for work again. Showering is finished, and there is just enough time for a quick bite to eat before hitting the road. It’s cool outside, so preparation is made to keep warm, and out … Continue reading

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Living in the Shadows

  Antiquity and agedness casts a long shadow over our lives. Those who have tread this sod before have given life, invention, inspiration and integrity that those who live today enjoy without thought or memory in most cases. Paths have … Continue reading

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