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Why I Wrote Reducing Medical Costs (At the Cost of Health)

Obama proposed his Affordable Care Act amid an outburst of praise from his party and an uproar of criticism from his opponents. I was inspired to write my first, and probably last, novel intended as a commentary on politics. I … Continue reading

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Ponder Eternity

Some of you may have noticed that I made no posts for several months until my last post on Christmas. In late October, I caught a serious, but not life threatening, infection. Early in the illness, I ran a very … Continue reading

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Lost–The Heart of Belen

In January of 2014, I posted comments about Joseph Trinndad Baca. Trinnie was indeed, the “Heart of Belen”. He walked Main Street, Trinni greeted everyone whether he knew them or not. He liked to pump his hand up and down asking … Continue reading

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Life is Fragile

What is the difference between life and death? How much warning does the average person have of impending death? Yesterday afternoon, I stopped at our church building to set mouse traps. I noticed a strange car in our parking lot. … Continue reading

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Views of God and Death at the Hospital

Some people see a hospital as a place where one is sent to die. Those of us who believe in God believe he is there looking over both those who will die and those who will be discharged to go … Continue reading

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