All posts tagged "The Middle Ages"

  • THE MIDDLE AGES — What I learned in the checkout line

    By Sherye S. Green   What I learned in the checkout line   Have you ever done something and then immediately wondered why you did it, hoping for all the world you could get a do-over? I...

    • Posted January 1, 2019
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  • THE MIDDLE AGES — Choose thankfulness

    By Sherye S. Green   Choose thankfulness   Recently retired, I am learning a new rhythm to life. There’s a certain exhilaration in being free to make more choices about how I spend my time and with...

    • Posted November 2, 2018
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  • THE MIDDLE AGES — Harnessed to the power of His love

    By Sherye S. Green   Harnessed to the power of His love             The meanderings of the human heart have long intrigued me. The anatomical functions of this organ, while fascinating, are not the movements to which...

    • Posted September 2, 2018
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  • THE MIDDLE AGES—My Prayer for America

    By Sherye S. Green   My Prayer for America   The United States of America celebrates her 242nd birthday on July 4th. What a milestone! What a legacy our Founding Fathers prepared for us through the writing...

    • Posted July 2, 2018
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  • MIDDLE AGES—A Stone’s Throw from Grace

    By Sherye S. Green   A Stone’s Throw from Grace   Idioms of speech form an interesting category within the English language. Derived from the Greek term idios meaning “personal,” idioms are unique expressions of speech used...

    • Posted April 1, 2018
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