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The Holly and the Ivy

  The Holly and the Ivy It’s the winter solstice, the shortest day of the year when it’s cold — well, it used to be before climate change; today it’s 55 degrees in Central, PA — and dark, and most … Continue reading

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From the Darkness Comes the Light

[photo courtesy of Lucille Famulary] From the Darkness Comes the Light The winter solstice, that time when the earth is plunged into darkness and its inhabitants pray for the return of the light.  The internet is awash in backstories: the … Continue reading

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All The Light We Cannot See

All the Light We Cannot See Combine elegant prose, a riveting tale that alternates between story time, and storyline, a provocative topic, war — unfortunately, always a provocative topic — and the predilection of the human spirit to survive even … Continue reading

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