Forget to Forgive?

By T J Martin I’ve always had a problem forgiving. Despite the Biblical injunction, despite bouncy life coaches, despite my better angels, forgiveness is hard work! Lately, though, I have begun to wonder whether my difficulty forgiving is more physiology than moral failure, whether something far older and more innate is at work. In each

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Methylene Blue

By Ray Wilson It’s still early; I am walking the dog; it’s the day of the carnival in my dad’s village; lawns are cut, gardens are manicured, and expectancy is in the air. I notice a small, slightly faded handwritten plaque with the words, “They wanted to keep my grandmother safe. I just wanted to

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