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One Man’s Treasure

Ah, parables! Merriam-Webster defines a parable as follows, “a usually short fictitious story that illustrates a moral attitude or a religious principle.” To me, biblically at least, parables are often riddles. Riddles, for the record, are defined as, “a mystifying, … Continue reading

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Wandering into the Thorns?

AnOldSinner suffered from a form of writers’ block a few months ago. I would come up with an idea, write about half of the piece, and lock up. I blamed it on how busy I was with my new studies … Continue reading

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As a Thief in the Night: in Memory of Michael V. Nowicki

AnOldSinner is sad to report of the passing of Michael V. Nowicki.  Michael was my youngest daughter’s father-in-law, and the other grandpa of her three boys. Mike passed away unexpectedly during the early morning hours of March 20, 2013.  However, … Continue reading

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Doing the Hard Work

This writer posted a piece entitled “The Easy Way Out” in An Old Cops Place.  It took liberals and conservatives to task for the fact they are not willing to do the hard work.  At the extremes’ both liberals and … Continue reading

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Don’t Blink

Kenny Chesney does a great version of the song, Don’t Blink. If you’ve never heard it, at least check out the lyrics. It is a poignant commentary about the way life seems to fly by, in the blink of an … Continue reading

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