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Cancer Awareness Ribbons
Cancer Awareness Ribbons
The National Cancer Survivors Day is a secular holiday celebrated on the first Sunday in June in the United States.  The day is meant to demonstrate that life after a cancer diagnosis can be a reality.  My mom, who recently turned 87yrs old, is a 25+ years Cancer survivor.  (Go Mom!!)
Colored ribbons have come to mean support for many causes.  Above are the colors relevant to Cancer.  Please take a moment to pray for those currently suffering from all the various forms of cancer (and their families and loved ones).
Click on the link to visit the “Official” website of the National Cancer Survivors Day
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On This Day In:
2013 Distance, n.
Less Can Be More
2012 Rise Up!
The Gift
2011 Artful Courage
2010 A Handful of Lessons…

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Today I spent a great deal of time on the web looking into William Faulkner after reading a copy of his acceptance speech for the Nobel Prize for Literature for 1949.  In looking him up, I discovered the site (web and blog) of one Richard J. Geib.
Although an openly avowed Republican, Richard demonstrates a remarkable (for Republicans) ability to think, reason and write.  —  Just kidding Rich!! —
In all seriousness, this is one heavy dude.  I don’t know him (yet); I’ve not emailed him or contacted him (yet); but everyone really needs to go look at his site!!  I’ve added his site link to my Faith, Family and Friends category because anyone who reads and thinks this much (and writes this well) is a soul-brother of mine in the time-space continuum.
Live long and prosper, bro!
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