Category: Personal Liberty

Modern Day Lines of Slavery

Writing about the Underground Railroad last week on my Odyssey through Nebraska blog was much easier than the topic at hand.  After all that type of slavery officially ended during the Civil War time period.  Enough years have passed that, for the most part, people universally recognize that that was a dark period in our […]

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Overcoming Line

Romans 8:37 “In all these things, we overwhelmingly conquer through Him who loved us.” I was not quite into my American Idol years when her powerful voice hit the stage.  (My husband & I managed to follow the show for a few years and liked watching the contestants – not often the “famous” singers performing […]

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That fluctuating line on the scale

One of the items that I inherited from my grandmother was her scale.  The “old-fashioned” kind where a black line waves at you as opposed to digital numbers staring back at you.  The kind where if you stood on one foot, the numbers changed.  And if you jumped up and down, the numbers went all […]

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