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Suicide and death are sad things, but they happen every day. You never know what might be troubling someone before they turn to suicide, and you never know when death will come to someone you love or … more
In my spiritual journey, I’m always looking for a good self-help book based in spirituality and have been reading a lot of books by authors such as Paulo Cuelho, Eckhart Tolle and Lao Tzu. … more
February, the month that just ended, is a strange sort of month in that is has provided us with more questions, confusion and quirkiness than all the other months combined. To begin with, let’s … more
“Only let your conduct be worthy of the gospel of Christ, so that whether I come and see you or am absent, I may hear of your affairs, that you stand fast in one spirit, with one mind striving … more
Feb. 27 was Medicaid Expansion Advocacy Day sponsored by the North Carolina Justice Center. A coalition of 40 organizations from mountains to coast met to advocate for closing the coverage gap in the … more
How much are you paying for health care? You may say too much, you may even cite the cost of a recent procedure you’ve had, but do you know what the actual cost of care is? More importantly, do … more
We’ve had time to digest last week’s 9th Congressional District hearings, so let us summarize what we learned. 1. Campaigns want to win so badly they either turn their heads to or commit … more
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