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Stained Glass Art – An Interview with Judy Snook-Kean

by Michell Spoden Stained glass art has been practised for centuries. It was originally considered to be a luxury that wealthy Romans used in their dwelling places. When the early churches began to integrate this type of decoration, it came to be viewed as a form of art. Judy Snook-Kean, an expert in this art…

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Reasons and Symptoms of Prostate Cancer

by John Gary Prostate Cancer is one of the most common forms of cancer in males and has proven to develop in men based on age and genetics. Prostate cancer can affect men of different races and age groups and can be a serious health risk, resulting in death if left untreated. Unfortunately, there are…

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First Do No Harm

by Ken La Salle Welcome back to my continuing series of Rules For Life. If we’re going to establish some rules for life, rules that make life easier, that make living with others easier and make our world a better place, we’re going to have to start somewhere. This month, I would like to start with…

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An Immortal Candle

Walking the rut of darkness In a moment of time My eyes were dazzled Unknowingly I had covered an interminable stretch Appearing inches away from an invisible hand Holding an immortal candle Its light touching lightly my heart Its flame burning me down to ashes Yet rising again from my remains I fly off to…

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‘Before Summer’ by H. Arlo Nimmo

In a time when fantasy and cyberspace rule millions of 21st-century folks, anthropologist and writer H. Arlo Nimmo gives us a book of stories that is as real as life and as admirable as love. The sixteen stories in Before Summer let readers into lead character Lach MacLennan’s life as he grows up in the small town of…

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When Your Kids are Struggling with Drugs

It’s hard enough to deal with a family member’s addiction when that person is an adult. When the person is younger, it can feel unbearable—especially if you are that person’s parent. The truth is that kids are exposed to drugs and alcohol at much younger ages than we were. Worse, the drugs that they are…

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How to Keep Going

by Evelyn Horan  Recently, my husband  of many years passed away. And now, I am having a difficult time going on without him. I believe loneliness can lead to depression and hopelessness, and I want to avoid these feelings. I wonder how I can overcome a tendency to feel self-pity. How do I pick up…