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He Says He Has No Time

I remember one time in college I was taking a class in the Theory of Structures taught by someone who had been born and raised in the Vojvodina part of Serbia.  At some point during the semester I had arranged … Continue reading

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Audiobook Review: Louisa May Alcott: The Woman Behind Little Women

Louisa May Alcott:  The Woman Behind Little Women, by Harriet Reisen, read by the author I must admit, Louisa May Alcott was a writer I grew up reading–in my Florida library there is still a copy of her work Little … Continue reading

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Reverse

This evening I returned home to find my roommate in a talkative mood.  Being someone who is under great compulsion to write and speak, I can understand that other people may not always be under the same compulsion to listen … Continue reading

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For Your Entertainment

Although I worked a bit later than usual even by my usual standards for this day of the week, largely because I was setting up e-mail rules to inform my co-workers that their special report requests would not be answered … Continue reading

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Book Review: What The Bible Says About Healthy Living

What The Bible Says About Healthy Living:  Three Biblical Principles That Will Change Your Diet And Improve Your Health, by Rex Russell, M.D. It is perhaps little of a surprise that this particular volume I read (a very short book … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Inkblots

The Inkblots:  Herman Rorschach, His Iconic Test, And The Power Of Seeing [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Blogging For Books/Crown Publishing.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] This is the sort of book that I … Continue reading

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The Upside Of Nosebleeds

In the spring of 2009 I went to spend the Passover and Days of Unleavened Bread in Santiago, Chile.  The time did not go particularly well, for a variety of reasons.  For one, the Passover was an exceptionally troubled one … Continue reading

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Seeing Elisha Through The Eyes Of Children

Yesterday for my Sabbath School lesson [1], my lesson was on the miracles of Elisha.  Elisha, it should be noted, is one of the better known prophets of the Old Testament [2], and he is recorded to have done twice … Continue reading

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You Have Not Yet Resisted To Blood

Yesterday morning I woke up early and spent the time before heading off to Hood River writing an article about one of my favorite stories in the Bible [1].  This is a story I have long wanted to write about, … Continue reading

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Things Accomplished This Afternoon While On My Sickbed

It is no great stretch to say that I was not feeling particularly well today.  After having had a head cold since Tuesday, today was definitely well into fierce headaches and teary eyes and everything of that nature.  Let us … Continue reading

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