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THE GRATEFUL HABIT
IN RECENT MONTHS, WHAT ARE USUALLY called natural disasters have challenged war zones for a share of the headlines. People have also been simply dealing with frustratingly bad weather. But whether or not conditions are life-threatening, there's been no escaping the fact that fires, floods, earthquakes, landslides, and drought have taken a heavy toll on people's spirits—and lives.
On a frigid afternoon that marked the height of a huge January snowstorm in the American Northeast, the Sentinel talked with two weather-beaten people who would have had good reason to succumb to self-pity, but chose a different path.
with contributions from LYNN DAMAST, PAM GASTEEN, JULIE-ANNE EASTMAN, BARBARA WHITEWATER, JOHN PATTERSON
ON AN UPWARD PATH
MAIKE BYRD. CHILDREN'S EDITOR
ITEMS OF INTEREST
with contributions from Michael D. Clark, Peter Larsen
By Barbara Vining
A HEALTH NOT MEASURED IN YEARS
with contributions from David Degler
MY 'CHANGE OF LIFE' PRAYER
By Beverly Goldsmith
A LOOK AT LIFE
By Ginny Luedeman
AS GOOD [AND AS WELL] AS IT GETS
By Rod Carlson
PEACE ON EVERY ROAD
By Gloria Onyuru
I DO LIKE TO BE BESIDE THE SEASIDE
TRUSTING WHAT GOD HAS WRITTEN
MEG WELCH DENDLER
THE ETERNAL, TRUE, AND UNCHANGING
DIAGNOSED CATARACT GONE WITHOUT A TRACE
COMPLETE FREEDOM FROM IMMOBILIZING HIP PAIN
HUMILITY BRINGS HEALING
JOHN QUINCY ADAMS