Author: Danón Carter

A Baby to Hold

The sound of joy awakened me as I picked up the phone and started my day with a smile.  The conversation was almost giddy which maybe kinda weird since you do not associate this particular sound with someone my age.  You know,...

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Icebergs or Obstacle Courses

Imagine… the World Series is in the 9th inning and your team is down by just one run. The bases are loaded and it’s your turn at bat; YOU step up to the plate. Both teams and the entire crowd is waiting and watching to see what...

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It feels to me as though we are continually force fed the notion that we must forgive others for their trespasses. It has earned a place on the list of “shoulds” in our society. Forgiveness is placed upon the...

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