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A Magnificent Gesture


It is no secret that I generally shy away from discussing and/or commenting on political and religious issues. But, today, I cannot ignore writing about the truly magnificent gesture by Muslims in response to the murder of Rev. Jacques Hamel, an 85-year old reverend that was killed Tuesday in France by Muslim fanatics. Here is […]



Okay, I’ll admit it. I always thought I was a compassionate person, but I guess I am really not. During a recent argument with my eldest son, my compassionate quotient came under fire. So, in an irrational attempt to prove him wrong and me right, I “Googled” the word compassion, and managed to prove that […]