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It started out as any ordinary day, but little did the shepherd David know that when his father, Jesse, asked him to take a basket of food to his brothers on the front lines and check on them that … more
Dr. David Luchins is a Political Science professor in Touro College in New York. I have listened to his speeches for many years. He is very insightful and sweet. He gives speeches at events outside … more
HONESDALE, PA - As they exit Honesdale after almost 13 years, Reverend Edward Erb and his wife, Sue Shadle Erb, leave behind many friends, including Honesdale Rotary. Club members gathered outside … more
By Barbara Hust It was Spring in the year 1996. There will never be another Spring like that one. Only someone who has gone through the death of someone close as the result of suicide can … more
It was Spring in the year 1996. There will never be another Spring like that one. Only someone who has gone through the death of someone close as the result of suicide can understand the intense … more
Recently, I missed two installments of this column. I had what is called “writer's block”. All the ideas that I thought to write about suddenly seemed boring. It felt quite depressing, and it … more
I have a hard time with change. It's very frustrating and stressful for me, and I come kicking and screaming out of my comfort zone when I know there's no other choice and I have to finally surrender … more
I have a hard time with change. It's very frustrating and stressful for me, and I come kicking and screaming out of my comfort zone when I know there's no other choice and I have to finally surrender … more
Hurting people hurt people. This does not excuse people from hurting others, and they may not want to or plan to, but we see this principle played out daily in all walks of life. If we look into … more
Hurting people hurt people. This does not excuse people from hurting others, and they may not want to or plan to, but we see this principle played out daily in all walks of life. If we look into … more
LIVINGSTON MANOR - Let's welcome a long-awaited spring together! Please join Congregation Agudas Achim, a Reform Congregation in the Catskills, on April 9, 2021 at 7:00 p.m. for Zoom Social Time and … more
For a large part of its history Poland was run by a noble class who had the land divided between them and each of them owned a particular portion. They had their own small towns and fields and they … more
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