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What Would You Give Your Life For?

“For some years I have been afflicted with the belief that flight is possible to man… I feel that it will soon cost me an increased amount of money if not my life.”  Wilbur Wright, 1900 Wilbur Wright believed that his flying machine was worth the cost. He was a ...

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Abiding Victory is Ours

The Velveteen Rabbit knew something about truly living. He knew that life brought loose threads and worn edges, it was about becoming, and real-life required love. He was a little creature of no significance in the beginning, but later he was the beloved best friend of the little boy to ...

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Time to Trade Your Horse!

The horse holds a place of importance in history as a powerhouse of our existence. From pulling plows through waiting fields and wagons of travelers to a new frontier, to providing leisure enjoyment, the horse must have seemed irreplaceable to those who depended on the animal. Until the Tin Lizzie… ...

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He Loves Us Enough

It was likely scarlet fever that brought Anne Mansfield Sullivan into Helen Keller’s life. Helen was a perfectly healthy baby from her birth in 1880 until her nineteenth month, when she contracted the grave illness that would steal her sight and hearing away. By age 7, Helen was quite wild ...

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Unknown One, Known to One

Forty years ago, a fragile, elderly lady passed away quietly in a state-run home where she had spent over 50 years. No one knew her name, she could not tell them. No one knew from where she came, she had been found by a policeman as she wandered aimlessly on ...

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