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Should Your B.F.F. Be of a Different Religion?

Everybody has a B.F.F. (Best Friend Forever). The question is, is it okay for him/her to be of a different religion? I asked because our best friend is the person we spend most of our time with; a person with whom we share almost everything. While some adults don’t have ...

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Learning The Golden Rule From Our Children

I don’t get much time to mingle with adults.  I work out of a home office as a medical editor.  It’s a lonely job, no office drama, no contact or connection with many people.  It can be a lovely job and short commute, but very little interaction with others.  So when I get ...

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Managing Loneliness Constructively

Last week, I shared my struggles with loneliness.  And believe you me, the struggle is real every day, y’all.  There are some days I’m more content than others, but loneliness always finds a way to make frequent, unauthorized appearances in my daily life.  And I’ve come to the conclusion that I ...

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Our Hope: Who Do You Listen To?

“Blessed is the man who does not walk in the counsel of the wicked or stand in the way of sinners or sit in the seat of mockers” (Psalm 1:1). We often listen to those who are not quite who they pretend to be, or who we perceive them to ...

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The Unmistakable Power of Loneliness

Loneliness is quite possibly one of the worst feelings I experience these days.  I’ve been a widow for almost 16 months and it wasn’t until probably the last 3-5 months that I realized loneliness had crept in, like a ninja stalking its enemy.  I suppose before then I had been ...

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