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The Bible makes a statement that, at first glance, seems like an impossible request.
Water is optimal for quenching your thirst and it’s important for many bodily functions, but many people just get bored with it and yearn for something else.
It was something that was so much a part of our lives in Colorado and Louisiana. But here in the Pacific Northwest, not so much.
Many of us are still operating in a state of disbelief over the incredibly evil and destructive assault on the children of Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., on Dec. 14 of last year. Even so, with a distance of some 3,000 miles and nearly three weeks, it’s sadly easy to be dismissive of its horror until we are somehow reminded of it.
I believe it was the pop singer Elton John who at least sang, and perhaps penned the phrase, “Sorry seems to be the hardest word.” I differ with Sir Elton on many things, but I think he had this one thing right. “Sorry” does seem to be hard for people to utter.
Have you ever had a personal encounter with someone famous or important?