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I was at the grocery store the other day picking up a small carton of chicken broth that my wife needed for her famous Chicken Noodle Soup. I had one item to purchase and noticed that the check-out lines were excessively long with other shoppers who had carts full of groceries. Frustration started to settle in as I realized that there was no express lane open for “ten items or less.” Even the Service Counter (for buying stamps and returning bottles for cash) had a line. I got a bit agitated because I wanted to check out immediately without waiting in a long line. In today’s harried society, we have a culture of impatience in need of immediate gratification and I’m no exception. We have fa


There was a popular song written by Pete Seeger in the 1960’s (and made popular by Peter, Paul, and Mary) entitled, Where Have All The Flowers Gone? It was about the realities of war and how people rarely learn from history as it tends to repeat itself. The girls pick flowers and marry men, who go off to war. The men die and the girls pick flowers to put on their graves. The cycle repeats itself year after year, decade after decade, and century after century. The reoccurring line in the song is: “When will they ever learn?” There is a war going on today in our country and around the world. You can see it transforming before our eyes, hear it being discussed daily via social media, and t

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