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Bearing Gifts We Traverse Afar

Today is Epiphany or Three Kings Day (although it might not be anymore by the time I’ve finished this post, at least not in this time zone), the celebration of the wise men bringing gifts to the baby Jesus. Well, … Continue reading

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I Have No Son!

While that statement is, in fact, literally true, I’m actually referring to the movie The Jazz Singer. I recently watched the 1927 original with Al Jolson and the 1980 remake with Neil Diamond back-to-back. Even if you haven’t watched either … Continue reading

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