LETTERS

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.

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