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Appreciate the love

February 6, 2018

By Bill Fox/Columnist For children, Cupid and exchanging Valentine’s cards are fine, but as I get older, I appreciate more what real love is, and how it was shown to [...]

In 2018 look out for Godincidences

January 23, 2018

Some time in the last few years, I stopped believing in coincidences!  I think it may have started as a result of the following story, which I have related before. I was [...]

One bad exam should not become a burden

January 16, 2018

By Bill Fox/Columnist While emphasis is often placed on how well students perform on tests, a principal at an unnamed school wrote a letter to parents urging them to worry [...]

Peace for families at Christmas

December 19, 2017

By Bill Fox/Columnist Christmas, more than any other time,  is a ‘family time’.  Unfortunately, perhaps, like me, you know of families where there is conflict and [...]

The lesson behind the Adam and Eve story

December 14, 2017

We all recall the story Adam and Eve.  Biblical scholars will tell you that it is an allegory (a story that can be interpreted to reveal a hidden meaning, typically a moral [...]

Are your kids addicted to Facebook?

December 6, 2017

By Bill Fox/Columnist Facebook co-founder Sean Parker let us know what’s really going on and how apps like Facebook are wired to have you addicted.  He was [...]

The road to happiness

November 28, 2017

By Bill Fox/Columnist As mentioned in a previous column Dan Buettner has been working for years to identify hot spots around the globe where people enjoy exceptionally long, [...]

Thinking of disconnecting

October 31, 2017

By Bill Fox/Columnist Again today, as most days when I am home, I get two or more phone interruptions.  Most often it is during the dinner hour.  If no one is on the other [...]
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