Honoring Our Veterans

By Betsy Ruffin Editor’s Note: On May 5, 1868, General John A. Logan, leader of an organization for Northern Civil War veterans, called for a nationwide day of remembrance later that month. “The 30th of May, 1868, is designated for the purpose of strewing with...

And It Would Have Been Enough for Me

 By Joshua Levy An especially important time of year to reflect on what it means to say, “…and it would have been enough for us” is during the Passover holiday. The idea stems from the part of the story when God delivers Moses and the enslaved Israelites out of...

Lemurian Friend

by Ruth Anne Wood Breakups are hard to do with a loved one, pet or a personal possession. For over two decades of being a massage therapist, I’ve done chair massages at fairs next to gem dealers or clients who ask me if I had any interest in crystals. I never...

Butterfly Art by Laura Regan

Laura Regan was born in Canada in 1950, and was raised in the San Francisco Bay Area from the age of three. By Kindergarten she knew she wanted to be an artist. While working on a self-portrait in crayon, she added ruby slippers onto her feet, transforming herself...

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