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It’s On the Menu

Joel Cohen sat down in a Manhattan diner and noticed schav on the menu. Since he hadn’t had a bowl of the cold, sour soup in quite a while, he ordered some. “We don’t have it today,” said the waitress. … Continue reading

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Paying Attention

Hall of Fame pitcher Nolan Ryan always took a moment during his games to pop his head out of the dugout and scan the stands, looking for his wife, Ruth. When he saw her, he would grin or nod to … Continue reading

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Just Like a Real Companion

The Quobo is a new invention introduced by the Japanese company Yukai Engineering. The idea is to give a person the comforting sensation of having a cat sit on your lap, but without the mess and responsibility of having to … Continue reading

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Real Love

A certain man was always telling his neighbor how much he loved the children in the neighborhood. One day this man had a new sidewalk poured in front of his house. Before the cement had hardened, some of the neighborhood … Continue reading

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A Loving Choice

Carrie DeKlyen chose to forgo chemotherapy to treat her brain cancer because she was pregnant with her sixth child, and the treatments most certainly would have ended her baby’s life. Carrie died Saturday, surrounded by family at University of Michigan … Continue reading

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What Love Means

One of the more memorable lines from Erich Segal’s Love Story is, “Love means never having to say you’re sorry.” That has a sentimental sound to it, but it certainly is not true. Love means that you have the ability … Continue reading

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Wonderful Day in the Neighborhood

“Mr. Rogers did not adequately prepare me for the people in my neighborhood!”—Unknown Jesus says that we should love our neighbors. He didn’t ever say it would be easy. Neighbors can be loud, obnoxious, rude, cantankerous and difficult to love … Continue reading

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Infrequent Expressions

I am not one to buy gifts for my wife, Karen. It almost never happens. She has grown accustomed to this. Therefore, she was shocked when I came home with a dozen roses on our 25th wedding anniversary. The conversation … Continue reading

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Message of Love

Rubel Shelly tells this story: Jason Tuskes was a 17-year-old high school honor student. He was close to his mother, his wheelchair-bound father, and his younger brother. Jason was an expert swimmer who loved to scuba dive. He left home … Continue reading

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Jealous

“Ma loved Pa, and Pa loved women. Ma caught Pa with two in swimmin’. Here lies Pa.”–Unknown Author Jealousy is a powerful emotion. It shows that there are strong feelings for another person. It might surprise some people to know … Continue reading

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