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The Man Who Wore Two Watches

One day, when Bertram found himself in the unusual position of needing to know the time, he discovered he had nothing with which to do so. As fortune would have it, a quick scan of the crowd uncovered a man … Continue reading

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Tomorrow

Dylan spent the evening watching motivational speeches on the internet. He was ashamed, but he cried several times. He convinced himself it was cathartic. Later on he watched a few videos from creative folks who could make things like pens … Continue reading

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Time Will Tell- The Man Who Declared Himself Emperor

The couple were unusually quiet as they made their way back to their old home in Mill Valley, population 5180. Becky could barely keep herself from smiling. Clement, on the other hand, could only sigh. “Won’t be long now,” he … Continue reading

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Time’s Up

At 3:05 Thursday afternoon Clint looked into Pam’s cubicle. “I saw your email from earlier. Do you have time to answer a question?” Pam huffed as she looked over her mountain of work. “I don’t have time right now.” “My … Continue reading

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Time, control and eternal significance

“It’s a dangerous business, Frodo, going out of your door,” he used to say. “You step into the Road, and if you don’t keep your feet, there is no telling where you might be swept off to.” -Gandalf I’m learning … Continue reading

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Contentment before thanksgiving

I recently saw a TV commentator who encouraged people to pause and give thanks, especially when we consider those less fortunate. That’s not the first time I’ve heard someone phrase thankfulness that way. It makes me wonder why we need … Continue reading

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