Friday Fictioneers – “Zao”

We found the man crumpled in the sand. After days of stumbling across the desert, his eyes were dim from sun blindness, his skin parched and peeling. “Let me help you,” I said, offering my flask. “Let me tell you about Jesus. Drink His water and you’ll never thirst again…” The man flung the precious […]

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Y: “You’ve Got Mail” – Why Ordinary Characters Are Something Quite Special

“Small minds are concerned with the extraordinary, great minds with the ordinary.” Blaise Pascal   As a high school student, I found myself spending the night alone in an Intensive Care Unit. One of my lungs had spontaneously deflated while I was lifting heavy boxes of books at work, and the doctors had been forced […]

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Q: What Agatha Christie, the “Queen of Crime,” Reveals About the Human Heart

Queen Elizabeth II enjoyed Agatha Christie’s mystery novels so much that she made the author a Dame of the British Empire. It’s hard to believe that in the beginning, Christie was a hardworking World War I nurse and military wife who was originally unsuccessful at getting her first book published! In 1920, however, a small […]

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