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“You should’ve seen it in color” – Picture 1

One of my favorite country songs right now is called “In Color” by Jamey Johnson. (I highly recommend downloading/buying it if you like country.)  In the song, Jamey sings, “A picture’s worth a thousand words, but you can’t see what those shades of gray keep covered. You should’ve seen it…

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Is Twilight Putting Young Readers on Dangerous Moral Ground?

There has been a dramatic increase in occult activity and symbolism in main stream media in the last few weeks. From witch and demon costumes to bloody skull candles, you can find a bit of Halloween almost anywhere you go. I think we can all agree this increase is expected behavior for the weeks before October 31st. What struck me as odd this year is the extreme focus on vampires.

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Conditional Compassion: Where do you draw the line?

The release of convicted Lockerbie bomber Abdel Basset Ali al-Megrahi from a Scottish prison has caused me to ponder the limits of human compassion.

Abdel Basset Ali al-Megrahi was released under a Scottish compassion law due to a terminal illness. Rather than being applauded for their mercy, the Scots are facing immense ridicule from the world community.

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I’m not sorry.

I’m quick to confess and apologize when I’ve wronged someone. I’ve always viewed this as a blessing because I know it is hard for some people to admit when they’re wrong, but lately I’ve noticed there’s also a negative side to over-apologetic behavior.

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