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Friday
Jan152016

A Thought for the Day: On Solid Rock

Contributed by Nia Russell. Illustrations by Meg. Design by Stefan Merour.
Published by My Wonder Studio. Copyright © 2016 by The Family International

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Friday
Jan012016

Happy with Being You

S&S link: Character Building: Values and Virtues: Contentment-2a

Based on the writings of Maria Fontaine. Illustrations by Jeremy. Design by Stefan Merour.
Copyright © 2016 by The Family International

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Friday
Dec252015

You'll Be Ready

S&S link: Character Building: Personal Responsibility: Perseverance-2c

Author unknown. Illustrations and design by Stefan Merour.
Copyright © 2015 by The Family International

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Friday
Dec182015

The Christmas Sand Clock

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Preparations

Count Helmut von Steinhausen lived with his wife, the countess, outside the city of Winkitz, Germany. The count's castle overlooked his fruitful vineyards on the gentle slopes of Saxony. Under his protection were some 20,000 people in surrounding villages.

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Friday
Dec112015

A Thought for the Day: Grow Those Talents

S&S link: Character Building: Personal Responsibility: Responsibility-2b

Contributed by R. A. Watterson. Illustrations by Didier Martin. Design by Stefan Merour.
Copyright © 2015 by The Family International

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Friday
Dec042015

The Paperboy

It had been a bitterly cold Christmas Eve. After weeks of frantic shopping, wild advertising, lights, and noise, the city was quiet. The streets were covered with slush from snow melted by hurried last-minute shoppers.

Dawn approached, and no one noticed the homeless youth sleeping on a makeshift bed of rags, newspapers, and old tattered blankets just beneath the overpass near the edge of the city.

The boy’s name was Sean. Sean's only friend in the world was a pigeon that slept in the support structure of the overpass. Several pigeons made their home there and Sean had affectionately named the bird he most liked, Whistler. Sean often shared crumbs from his small portion of food with Whistler and his friends. He appreciated their cooing and company.

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