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About a year ago I felt impelled to give both of my teenage children their own subscription to the Sentinel. At first when this thought came, I was tempted to dismiss it, thinking: "They can always read my copy of the Sentinel. Why should I spend the extra money?" But it just felt like a right idea that they should have their own copies. I subscribed, not really knowing if the magazines would ever be read or not.

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