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Sunday’s Wisdom #271: Humorous Power

“He’d spent a lifetime turning to humor in moments of difficulty. It often made the unthinkable endurable.” – from Okami: A Flame in the Mist Short Story, by Renée Ahdieh Laughter is medicine for the soul, as they say. It … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Wisdom #270: We Choose Who to Be

“In any situation, we can choose who we are and choose who we want to be.” – Okami, Flame in the Mist, by Renée Ahdieh When Okami (meaning “Wolf”) says this, he’s in conversation with a spirited young lady whose … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Wrath and the Dawn

Have you noticed how often we tell the same story over and over? But every time, we add or take away or change something new. Stories featuring Sherlock Holmes, the land of Oz, or King Arthur are abundant in our … Continue reading

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