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Few people understand the symbols we often see and the impact they can have on one's life. Author Bettye Johnson shares her experience with the Pot of...
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Why by William Schrader
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Why I Write by D Theile
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An essay on the effects of pornography in marriages/relationships....
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A wounded Trent Lott was a disaster for the GOP. It's time to move on....
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Title says it all doesn't it?...
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