A MAN OF COURAGE

We never know when we will experience a moment that has a meaningful impact on our lives – but for Jack Sayers, that moment happened in the most common of places; a crowded restaurant at lunchtime. Even though his veterinarian practice was just a few blocks away, Jack had never been to this particular eating … Continue reading A MAN OF COURAGE

A POLITICAL REALITY

Elaine Curtis fully understood the risk she was taking. This live interview on conservative television would most likely make or break her chances of becoming a United States Senator. Despite the protestations of her aides and others in her campaign that she was needlessly stepping into enemy territory, she wanted to be truthful with the … Continue reading A POLITICAL REALITY

THE HANDMADE GIFT

The frail elderly woman sat in her favorite chair next to the window. Shafts of sunlight streamed in as her eighty-three-year-old hands lovingly sewed her latest baby quilt. Joan had been making them for almost sixty years now, and as long as she was physically able to keep putting together the beautiful colors and patterns … Continue reading THE HANDMADE GIFT

A LOVE WITHOUT END

An elderly woman sat quietly at a small desk in the corner of the room. She had just finished putting her feelings down on paper, and she was lost in thought about the person she’d written to when there was a gentle knock on the door. Sarah looked up and called out, “Come in. The … Continue reading A LOVE WITHOUT END

THE SUBWAY MAN

The subway car, like always, was jammed during the Monday evening rush hour. John Hagar stood close to the door, hanging on to the railing with one hand and holding his briefcase in the other. The train moved forward with a jerk and instantly people pulled out their phones, paperback books and anything else they … Continue reading THE SUBWAY MAN