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I'd like to thank Lois Carlson for her poem, "The Pause," which was published in the April 20 issue of the Sentinel ["Rebuilding the world economy"]. It has meant a lot to me. All the ideas have been helpful, especially, "God who designs you to have what you need here and now." I've stopped thinking of myself as poor. I made an appointment to discuss my retirement account, about which I'd been fearful, and was told I have enough.
I'm also grateful for the idea, "The longing to be somewhere else," thinking perhaps I needed to plan a move within the year. Now I'm grateful to be where I am and enjoying it more.
with contributions from JANE MORGAN, CAROL HANSEN, MAE KENRICK, JUDY HARVEY, KEN BRACK
A CLEAR-CUT PATH
INGRID PESCHKE, MANAGING EDITOR
ITEMS OF INTEREST
with contributions from Rich Stearns, Ann Rodgers
A GIFT FROM GOD
BY JANET CLEMENTS
WHAT REALLY MOVES ME
BY ELIZABETH MATA
BUILT TO BLOSSOM
BY SUSAN KORTHALS
What will drive Detroit forward
BY LINDA LEITZ
HE POINTED HIS GUN AT ME
BY THOMAS MITCHINSON
A CONTINUAL JOY
BY AMY RICHMOND
THE COMFORTER IS HERE
WHERE INVASIVE SPECIES CAN'T TAKE ROOT
FACIAL INJURIES COMPLETELY HEALED
DIANA DAVIS BUTLER
QUICK HEALING AFTER FALL FROM BIKE
FREED FROM CHEST PAINS AND SHORTNESS OF BREATH