The True Meaning of Valentines Day

Last night I experienced the distinct pleasure of sitting next to a mother when her children, absent for only a few hours at a school function, came home and walked into the next room. As she craned her neck to catch a glimpse of them, the smile that spread across...

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Lift as you climb

In honor of Martin Luther King Jr, we celebrate his day by considering the ongoing importance of equality, diversity, peace-making and human dignity. And with each of these values, actions speak louder than words, every day! The actions of Martin Luther King were completely informed by his belief and faith...

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The Love of a Father

The love of a Father, the care of a Father, the presence of a Father, the image of a Father - isn’t that what we miss so often in today’s world? I know...as the loss of my Father so profoundly affected my childhood. In Lebanon, during the 1980s civil war,...

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When pain isn’t fading!

Flying from Dallas back to Boston, I got stuck in a breathtaking movie - the remake of Agatha Christie’s  “Murder On The Orient Express” - where the detective of the murder is on board and tries to solve it. Leaving out the ending in the event you have yet to...

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From Aleppo… A Testimony of Faith!

Syria in few words... In the past 7 years, millions of people have fled their home country of Syria - running for their lives to the neighboring countries of Jordan, Lebanon, Turkey and places beyond. Hundreds of thousands of Syrian men, women and children have also died in the fighting....

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