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See the beautiful butterfly? It’s doing what beautiful things do. Look again. It’s harder to see the worker bee doing what worker bees do. Sort of like real life.
I received an email from someone active in the legal field. Conversation was about possible statutory changes to laws. They wrote, “These changes have not been adopted to date, but a possible topic could be to explore these changes and … Continue reading
I learned that a person holds a value when it’s assumed in conversations without explanation or debate. Reading the news wires has revealed to me how we value teachers.
Something sad is happening in America. Chick-fil-A President Dan Cathy confirmed in an interview with the Baptist Press that he was “guilty as charged” in support of what he called the biblical definition of a family.