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Lord, I Hope This Day Is Good

I remember, many years ago, going into a music store called, Music Box, located on Colony Street in downtown Meriden, CT and purchasing a cheap mandolin. I strongly desired to learn and play it at that time. I even bought … Continue reading

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What Now My Love

After Christ was crucified and buried, most of the disciples went home feeling very upset and disheartened. Mary Magdalene and perhaps a few other disciples stayed behind near the Calvary site and followed along to see where exactly Christ’s tomb was … Continue reading

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Turn The Beat Around

A few weeks ago, I posted my thoughts on how, after many years since Christ died and rose again, after 2,000 years, life around us keeps going on the same as usual. Click on The Beat Goes On. People are still … Continue reading

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Alone Again

A human condition very prevalent in our society today is depression. Depression is a medical illness that causes a continuing apprehension, sadness and loss of interest. It is regularly accompanied by feelings of hopelessness and inadequacy. Many people today have … Continue reading

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Depression and Job

Depression and Job – by Carl Richardson OASIS Where were you on October 19, 1987? If I had asked you, “Where were you on November 22, 1963,” and you are of a certain age, the chances are very good you … Continue reading

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Is That All There Is?

In 2004, my favorite pro football team, the New England Patriots, won the Super Bowl. After a little cheering, celebrating and partying, I found myself asking numbing questions basically asking, “Is that all there is?” A few weeks later, in March, … Continue reading

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