Monthly Archives: May 2019

Final Words

What would you talk about if you knew the conversation with a loved one would be your last on this side of eternity?  Discussions such as these are not about frivolous things.  These conversations are about the important things, the … Continue reading

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When I was a school principal, I had a ring of keys that hung from a clip on my belt.  I recall one time a student came up to me and very discreetly said, “Mr. Taylor, do you want to … Continue reading

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