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Feb

28

My Little Flower

My Little Flower Give yourself to me my little flower, my pretty little flower I will place you in a fancy vase to show off the delicate colors in your face I will put you on display in Broadway and all will know that you belong to me. What pleasures we will prove to those […]

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Feb

25

Pregnancy Eclampsia

Pregnancy eclampsia and pre-eclampsia are taking lives unnecessarily. Water-weight gain, high blood pressure, protein in the urine leading to toxemia, coma, convulsions and death are the signs of eclampsia…According to Dr. Tom Brewer this is preventable and completely treatable with good nutrition, reasonable weight gain, protein, magnesium and a general guideline of sodium supplementation (dosages […]

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Feb

22

The Declaration of Independence

The Declaration of Independence Acts 10: 34 Galatians 3: 28 Christ had plans for the man who denied Him by the fire. Greater than commanding armies, higher than ruling countries, certainly not great wealth. When Peter needed to pay tribute he took a coin not a hook from the mouth of a fish as his […]

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Feb

21

Summer Picnic for Laborers’ Local 557

Summer Picnic for Laborers’ Local 557 They talked of the operator killed by a tall black truck- driver for talking race trash and being a pain, like he was driving dried mud out of an old toad’s brain, one blow with a ball peen hammer. Lot of guys watched it, but nobody saw a thing, […]

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Feb

14

Up on an I Beam

Up on an I Beam The worm in this day’s work crawls out from under your arms in hours of sweat and fear when you’re least expecting it, behind you on this slippery plane six stories up, ribbed grids of steel, girds and edges sharp enough they say to tear your body full in half […]

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Feb

11

To Stand Up

Standing Up The guys notice without watching… how easy it was going down the beam straddling, feet on the bottom flange, dropping hangers every eighteen inches for two by fours on down to the end you look around the ground sixty feet or more straight down, to stand you put a foot upon the beam, […]

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Feb

8

DNA

DNA In whose hand is the soul of every living thing, and the breath of all mankind. Job 12:10 Demand facts not theories, conclusions not hypotheses, science is incomplete, a stumbling accomplice merely approximated by machines, lax in its assumptions of itself, not close to truth or absolute as Christ when He commanding the ages […]

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Feb

4

The Price of Privilege

THE PRICE OF PRIVILEGE Ralph Wilson paid twenty five thousand for his Bills and died, a short life billionaire at ninety five, a stalwart in a town not even his own. No one in Buffalo would complain ‘it’s not fair.’ As no one knows where he went from there. On this broad platform he had […]

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Feb

1

Miracles

MIRACLES Propitious accidents as Santayana* said (not out right revelations requiring one to believe) that defy explanation waiting for science to catch up and write a book with illustrations. Hobbled by his own illusory hook of physical need or on some trek of self-importance… His civil war long fought and lost, he was safe at […]

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