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Know Thy Enemy, and the Future of Memorial Day

To most modern Americans, war is a distant and impersonal phenomenon. If we interrupt our Memorial Day barbecues to think briefly of the war dead, we picture them in their countless, serried ranks: the neat, symmetrical lines of white headstones at Arlington Cemetery, or images conjured up from half-remembered poems. 1,770 more words


MMGM Interview & Giveaway: THE SOUND OF LIFE AND EVERYTHING by Krista Van Dolzer

Happy Memorial Day! I hope my fellow Americans are enjoying the day off.

I’m thrilled to feature THE SOUND OF LIFE AND EVERYTHING on the blog today. 1,050 more words


My Truth Revealed

Dear Lord, how can I face the emptiness inside

when I should feel Your joy within?

This feeling I cannot define.

Is it loneliness, no one to call my own? 103 more words


Blessed be the rose amid
power and prominence
better yet the voice
between right and wrong

-William Leed-


Revisiting Voice

This is one of the most beautiful photos I have ever found of the Clarence River and Susan Island near Grafton. It draws me back to the places of my childhood. 550 more words


Monday Motivation: Your voice, your vision

He walks into a large room filled with people talking brightly, glasses of wine in hand. A party. He knows the host – but no one else. 531 more words

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