Living Wholehearted

Living Wholehearted

Walking the beach one day, Gunilla Norris sees a young child run---determined on very unsteady legs---into the water. The toddler’s intensity is palpable. The mother sits some distance away, outwardly comfortable enough about her child's safety not to interfere with his adventure. With a wet sagging diaper, the young boy runs into the water with the half-weaving, half-stumbling motion of toddlers who have just…

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An Hour Of Your Time

An hour of your time

"Dad," the six-year old boy asks his Father, "How much money do you make an hour?" "Son," the father, short on patience from a long work week, answers, "that is an inappropriate question.  You need to learn to be polite.  There are certain questions you never ask people." "Okay," the boy responds. Seeing his son's demeanor, the father softens, and says, "Okay, I'll tell you. …

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