Easter as Metaphor Spring in the natural world, which is often heralded by the Easter and Passover holidays, is an awakening. Plants long dormant wake from their slumber as
Divorce—The Road Less Traveled As my manner is I have taken the road less traveled. I’m sitting on a plateau above the Colorado River in the bronze of early
Thanks giving. A day dedicated to gratitude—to focusing on the good in life. How cool is that? Regardless of how it started, or if we believe the pilgrim story, we in the U.S. have a day set aside to count our blessings, to think about and revel in...
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The butterfly spent the rest of its existence dragging along on the ground because of its thin body and stunted wings. Never would it fly.