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Life Experience of Elders — Spares Us Our Own Mistakes

That there is a problem with a book I wrote is quite an obvious thing that I’ve figured out – that I wish I could undo.  That is so because every time I read that work, the word THAT jumps out … Continue reading

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Questions Ought Not Scare You

“One day when I was young,” said my father, “I opened a history book and read for the first time about the horrors of the slave trade in Africa with all its gory, horrible details.”  The look of disgust was … Continue reading

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