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Do You Needlessly Stockpile?

We are a society that likes to stockpile food and supplies. We buy many things in bulk; sometimes it is because we get a better price per unit for buying in bulk, other times it is simply because we want to have even for today and tomorrow, and the ninety days after that! Have you ever gone to the grocery […]

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Sometimes the Underdog Does Win!

Yesterday’s Super Bowl pitted the New England Patriots, the defending NFL Champions, against the underdog Philadelphia Eagles, the team from a city that relishes the underdog role. By now you probably know that the Eagles defeated the Patriots 41-33. We love underdog stories, sometimes called Cinderella stories. In literature we have the story of Cinderella who despite her wicked stepmother’s […]

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Football, Chicken Wings, Jesus…

We are just one day away from the kickoff of Super Bowl LII (52), arguably the biggest sporting event of the year. This year’s game is between the reigning champions, the New England Patriots, led by the dynamic duo of Head Coach Bill Belichick and QB Tom Brady (winners of five titles since both joined the team in 2000), and […]

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Your Heart of Worship

Music has been around since the beginning of time. Archaeologists have uncovered flutes made of clay and ivory that date back tens of thousands of years. In the 1950s, clay tablets containing what is thought to be the oldest known piece of music, “Hurrian Hymn No. 6,” an ode to the Canaanite goddess Nikkal, were excavated in Ugarit, Syria. On […]

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