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The Good Life On Pumpkin Hollow Farm

There are similarities amongst the places in the world where the people have the most longevity. They move, walk, and are active most of the day. They eat little to no meat. They have large familial ties and close friends. They consume a little alcohol each day (usually with said friends and family). They have …

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We all seem to have gotten the misconception and the comforting idea that that he with the most prayers wins. “I’ve got my whole church praying for him,” people would whisper as my brother-in-law fought his last year of cancer. Our whole church at the time was praying for him. I have been reliving this …

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“What exactly do you mean when you say you are a witch?” my cousin asked honestly. True, when one thinks of witches they often think of skyclad or ornately draped women, perhaps on acid, chanting at the moon.  Or of satan worshipers killing bats and tagging walls.  Or perhaps the old Disney witch pops into mind.  …

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Can I be everything?  Can I recognize the ribbons of similarity running through each divine celebration and realize they are all intertwined and so similar that our entire life is a joyous journey overlooked by the Divine?  Can I be Amish and Catholic and Jewish and Messianic and Methodist?  Can I be Buddhist and Hindu …

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