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A Preference And A Conviction Make Me Part Of Two Minority Groups

I’m part of two small minority groups, however, I seldom tell anyone.  I guess I am in the closet. I’ve been a vegetarian for about 4 years.  Its my preference.  I stopped eating meat to support my daughter who is … Continue reading

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Jesus Christ — Dead Or Alive?

Easter celebrations are over — the traditions, the religious ceremonies, the decorations, the egg hunts, the dress-up, the family gatherings, the greeting cards, the candy.  So what do you do after Easter?  Here are two choices: 1)  You can send … Continue reading

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