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The fifties may have been a simpler time, but they weren’t all birthday cake and ice cream. I remember crouching under my desk, hearing my heart thump and my teacher’s hose rub as she patrolled the classroom during an atomic bomb drill. Then, the next day, she distributed iodine tablets…

“Spring was moving in the air above and in the earth below around him, penetrating even his dark and lowly little house with its spirit of divine discontent and longing.” . . . “Something up above was calling him imperiously,  . . . “Up we go!’ till at last his snout came out into the sunlight, and found himself rolling in the warm …

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Yesterday’s Child White cloud A veil concealed Moved gently over time An image Moving, running, Laughing, playing Joyous, carefree Innocence Pure Dreams of tomorrow Happily ever after A fairytale No pain or sorrow, She twirls And dances to songs of the wind A ballet To Earth’s rhythm Perfumed breezes Plucking ribbons Red ribbons from hair …

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The temperature this morning is a chilly minus thirty-five degrees and our windows are all framed with a thick border of frosty ice.  I remember when I was a child and frost covered the windows, you couldn’t  see through the etched patterns on the glass.  I’d place my finger on the ice and watched with …

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When someone questions if horses have emotions, I have to go back about thirty years to a small hobby farm on forty-nine acres of rolling green fields and thick forests. A small makeshift barn squatted in the corner of the fenced-in field where chickens, geese a few goats and a beautiful horse named Sherry resided. …

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That old cliche “If I knew then what I know now” is the defining solution to what ails the world today. If I could change the world I would go back to basics, borrow a little from the past add them to the knowledge of today and find a solution that would sustain the world …

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Violence, terroism, and war seem to dominate the headlines everyday.  How is it possible that in this day and age we are still killing each other over what…power, land, racism, and yes, religion. What went wrong?  I thought we all learned our lesson from past wars.  Will there ever be world peace where everyone lives …

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