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The average American will spend $700 on gifts, gadgets, and goodies for Christmas. Whether you budget for it or splurge purchase, how will your purchases reflect the core of who you are? A few options exist: Buy gifts from sustainable … Continue reading
You move along a sidewalk in a busy city. You can see your breath with each exhale. A homeless man comes into view leaning back on the building ahead. Do you… a) Avert your eyes and keep walking? It’s as … Continue reading
The postcard noted that the donation pick-up truck would be on our street in two weeks. The non-profit group collects people’s cast-off stuff to sell in their thrift store. The items raise money to assist impoverished families with utility bills, … Continue reading
Continued from Part 1 We found Moses on the street all beat up. We never found out who pounded him. He never was right after that. His busted up legs healed all crooked, so did his nose and cheek. Looked … Continue reading
While most of us live comfortably, orphans of AIDS, wars and poverty suffer. Their stories are often lost amidst other urgent global crises. Here, blended from several sources, is Roy’s story … a fictional account of a child living in urban Africa… … Continue reading
Continued from Part 1 My sister died on a Wednesday, I think. Not long after … her husband passed away. He died on a Wednesday, too. Isn’t that odd? Yes, death has always been a part of my life. I … Continue reading