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Time and Me

Time and Me  When I was a little girl, I didn’t worry about Time at all.  I pretended I was a deer and roved the forests.  I pretended I was a boy raised by wolves and roamed the jungle.  Back … Continue reading

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“Anne Frank”

“Anne Frank” What a triumph that girl brought off!  Through her unassuming, young girl’s diary, the whole world came to share the sorrows and the innocence of the persecuted Jewish people.  Identifying with her was not difficult.  At the time of the … Continue reading

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