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The world has now entered into the special time of Lent, considered by many as a sacred season during which people take stock of their lives. They also seriously consider the ways in which our fellow … more
Dear Ted: The other day you gave a talk about addiction and grief pertaining to the loved ones within the family. I have been thinking about this topic as the family members are rarely discussed when someone is talking about addiction. more
To be a mother is to take on the responsibility of child care and to make that particular work a regular and substantial part of one's life. more
Peace Corps volunteer, traveler, teacher, planner: Patrick Nicholson has been all of those and more. "I've done many things in my life. Each position I've held, … more
Dear Ted: Can two victims shame each other and both be morally justified? more
There’s nothing like looking down at our scenic community and enjoying the peace and quiet – all provided by a hot air balloon ride. For many years, balloon pilot and manager … more
Once upon a Christmas Eve in 1959 near Aguadilla, Puerto Rico... more
I met a homeless man the other day. He smelled of poverty and dog. more
Dear Ted: After the death of my brother, I noticed that many different losses within my life seemed to come rushing in like a tidal wave. more
Marlene Martinez, a former Cuban detective who now lives in Miami, takes a Caribbean cruise with her niece Sarita. With them travel Carloalberto, an aspiring actor who behaves … more
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