Woodring, I'm glad you have nothing to report, not even that...

Alexa - January 9 2019, 9:58 AM

Woodring, I'm glad you have nothing to report, not even that which is bad. Kraze-brize makes my heart ache. So, let enjoy the lull from the wicked ones, the troublemakers.

But let me tell you, there's always something to talk about.

Start reporting the good news: those who help in their communities, those who labor to make life better for themselves and others, those of courage who have rebounded from great trauma, those of faith in spite of circumstances etc.
Look for them, you'll find them.
God bless!

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