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War Hike: The Trail that Leads to Self-discovery

Sean Gobin returned home from war, and found himself searching for the civilian buried deep inside his heart. The world as he knew it, which was once a familiar place, now became an unfamiliar territory. Sean wasn’t sure how to move forward or how to just be regular again. He ...

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Why I Feel the Need to Figure Things Out

I am notorious for trying to figure out the outcome of a situation before it happens. I come up with all the possible scenarios, and then analyze each one. For a long time, I had absolutely no idea why I did this. Now, I have come to realize that I ...

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A National Debt of Gratitude

In a recent Bottom Line article, Amelia shared her excitement of participating in a Memorial Day parade by marching down the sidewalk snapping photos. What an uplifting article! Her perspective gave me hope that my observations at our local Memorial celebration do not, perhaps, indicate the national trend I suspected. ...

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The Excitement of a Memorial Day Parade

Memorial Day parades are awesome. Watching the parades from the sidelines instead of on television is nice, but nothing beats actually marching in it. Yesterday, I got a chance to do both. I didn’t plan on being in the parade, but I ended up marching down the street anyway. I ...

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