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Author Archives: dagny
Just heard this morning from one of my 3 sons currently serving that the Obama administration has decided to cut all tuition assistance to active duty military. Why is it that those that stand up and risk life and limb … Continue reading
One has to question why Obama is suddenly all gung ho to get our troops out of Afghanistan when he hasn’t seemed to be in a hurry previousy. One also has to wonder what is the reason he sent troops … Continue reading
I sadly never gave much thought to Memorial day growing up. For most of my lifetime, it was a holiday for kids from school and for those that worked outside the home; a time for picnics and bar-b-ques; the unofficial … Continue reading
Who do you say Jesus is?
As I thought about this question there were so many answers that initially came to mind. Jesus is the savior, Jesus is a great teacher, Jesus is the promised messiah, Jesus is God’s son. The list can go on and on.
It is said that “those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it,” however that quote is often used in reference to the terrible things of history. I believe we have to remember the good and honorable events … Continue reading
The five stages of the grieving process described below is a commonly accepted way by which people deal with grief and tragedy, especially when diagnosed with a terminal illness or facing a life changing loss. It was first introduced by Elisabeth Kübler-Ross … Continue reading