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Soak it all in

Standing in a pristine Alaskan stream, the fisherman's first catch, a lovely eighteen-inch trout. The fisherman and his friend admire it. "Most impressive," his friend says thinking of the delectable evening meal ahead. And then, unceremoniously, the fisherman tosses the…

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Leave a message of hope

"The barracks were full of them. The image was repeated over and over again. Butterflies. They were everywhere I looked. Some were crude. Others were quite detailed." In 1946 Dr. Elizabeth Kubler-Ross visited the Maidenek concentration camp. The children's barracks were particularly sorrowful, with toys…

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