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A Girl After My Own Heart

Mother Teresa said, if you can’t feed 100 people, then feed just one, which brings me to Emily, a woman who walks around with homemade sandwiches she passes out to the needy. I’ve seen her on the train and in … Continue reading

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Faith Baked at 350

There’s a saying from the Torah that comes to mind this morning… Blessed are those who have faith that cannot see. I sent it to a girl I know who’s having a terrible time. It was sent to me back … Continue reading

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Those Hits Just Keep On Comin

Let me just say there is always a nice or better yet, diplomatic way to offer an opinion. The definition of diplomacy by the way is – ‘the art of dealing with people in a sensitive and effective manner.’ I’d … Continue reading

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