Category: Editorials

The Momentum of a Squirrel

Posted by: in Editorials, Uncategorized on July 23rd

  I was sitting in front of the window at a friend’s house this morning—watching as a squirrel was playing in a tall tree. I watched as he would run out to the tippy-top branches, playing with the dead leaves, leaping from branch to branch and swinging downward with ease. Either he didn’t notice or… View Article

The Cost of Freedom

Posted by: in Editorials on July 2nd

As independence day rolls around, everyone is celebrating in different ways. All across the United States, American people are celebrating our freedom holiday. From cookouts to swimming, to all things red, white, and blue, we’re able to bask in what we know to be one of the best things to happen in our country. A… View Article

Working with Wounds

Posted by: in Editorials on June 1st

  If you are going to live any amount of time in this life, you will be wounded. You may either inflict yourself with a wound, or someone or something else may hurt you. Wounds in our spirit, soul, and body may vary in size or depth, but it is important to know how to… View Article

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