Introduction

Inspirational anecdotes or stories. Thesaurus of rocourses to trainning and moral formation. Help us to pass on the message to those who want to listen. Those interested should be able to participate actively. Graphic ways of conveying moral thoughts or good ideas (be Christian or not: good has no brand, if it is good!) are…
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To the Fathers, in the Father's day

The Real Dad Here’s the real story behind dear ol’ Dad Here’s to the fathers, who always begin, on the outside of children, but looking in. Such curious men snapping cameras like mad, recording the moment, they turn into Here’s to the fathers, who put in their time, who don’t say to mother’s that’s your…
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Perseverance and eyes on the goal

British Canoeist is a Picture of Persistence By Bill McCartney A British man crossed the Pacific alone. And, he lived to tell about it. Jim Shekdar recently became the first person ever to row across the Pacific Ocean unassisted. His voyage began in Peru on June 29, 2000. He rowed alone in a small boat…
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See me

See Me Affection (charity) to our seniors This poem was written by an old woman living in a nursing home in Ireland. It was found among her things when she died. What do you see nurses, what do you see? Are you thinking when you look at me? A crabbit old woman, not very wise,…
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Now it's your turn, my friends

Puccini Here is a story of Puccini, the great Italian writer of such classic operas as “Madame Butterfly” and “La Boheme.” It seems when Puccini was fairly young, he contracted cancer, and so he decided to spend his last days writing his final opera, Turnandot, which was one of his most polished pieces. When his…
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Voice Mail

Thank you for calling My Father’s House. Please select one of the following options: Press 1 for requests. Press 2 for thanksgiving Press 3 for complaints. Press 4 for all other inquiries. All the angels are helping other customers right now. Please stay on the line, and your call will be answered in the order…
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The Top Ten Things I Wish I Knew Before I Left Home

The Top Ten Things I Wish I Knew Before I Left Home 10. Any and all compliments can be handled by simply saying “Why, thank you”. 9. Some people are working backstage, some are playing in the orchestra, some are on stage singing, some are in the audience as critics and some are there to…
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Five Lessons

FIVE LESSONS: 1 – Most Important Lesson During my second month of nursing school, our professor gave us a pop quiz. I was a conscientious student and had breezed through the questions, until I read the last one: “What is the first name of the woman who cleans the school?” Surely, this was some kind…
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The Limits of Love

After the divorce, her teenage daughter became increasingly rebellious. It culminated late one night when the police called to tell her that she had to come to the police station to pick up her daughter, who was arrested for drunk driving. They didn’t speak until the next afternoon. Mom broke the tension by giving her…
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How it would be if prisons would be run the Christian way

A Christian Prison Christ’ kingship Near the city of Sao Jose dos Campos, Brazil, there is a remarkable facility. Twenty years ago the Brazilian government turned a prison over to two Christians. The institution was renamed Humaita, and the plan was to run it on Christian principles. With the exception of two full-time staff, all the work is done by inmates. Families…
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