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Bethlehem’s Wall

Walls have many forms. The writer hits a wall. The race car hits a wall. The newcomers encounter a wall of prejudice. A wall might develop between friends. Then there are times when a wall can be a good thing.

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Dog Ear Publishing

I’ll bet most people don’t talk of being bamboozled. That is one reason why I’m telling my story. I had purchased a prepaid book publishing contract in 2016. It was one of those promotions, urging authors to lock into 2016

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Purim

In 2021, this is the week for celebrating Purim! Purim commemorates the salvation of the Jewish people in the ancient Persian empire from Haman’s plot to annihilate them all in a single day.  It is said that Haman threw lots to

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Grave Tales

It seems unthinkable to me that the centuries have been enacted by mostly male humans. I think it more likely that this was the personal or political bias of those creating the history. Even Amazons are nonchalantly debunked by some.

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Life is Good

We had our first snow yesterday. I dutifully rummaged for my beeswax candles to mark the occasion. It was a wet and frigid day. Watching the squirrels shiver in the snow was heart wrenching. I watched the full moon until

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