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I’ve come to the conclusion that after enjoying more than 55 years of professional writing, my two favorite punctuations are the period and a comma. The reason for this is simple. They both play into life’s decisions wherever we go and whatever we do. It’s as simple as that. Tied together with ‘freewill,’ one’s whole life’s decisions are based around these three components.

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That’s one of my favorite words. “Why?” one may ask. For me, that’s an easy answer. You can’t talk about one thing without keeping in the back of my mind something else. It could be the goodness of one thing that makes another better. Or, on the flip side, it may be a contributing factor whereby something is made worse.

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I don’t watch much on WQED. I’m more of a browser. If something meets my fancy, I’ll watch it. I’ve gotten more into the habit of viewing movies since I have become more immobile in the last couple of months. Life is adjusting to whatever comes one’s way. Sometimes one sees the mud flung in one’s face, and other times, one all of a sudden finds himself stuck in it and has to make the best of the situation. I knew someday it would come. I didn’t know when. Now I do and I’m adjusting to the challenges of life.

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Inasmuch as the March for Life date is approaching, I began to think about babies and just how they were created. Now, that may sound funny, coming from a senior who is well aware of the ins and the outs of the birds and the bees. As I was sitting at a funeral Mass for a friend in October did little tidbits of information enter my mind from a whole new perspective concerning the forming of a baby from “S to Z.”

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I’ll admit it: I don’t know much about street art. I’m no graffitist (a person who does graffiti), but I do know that to “tag” something is when someone quickly spray paints a surface, or it can indicate the way a graffiti artist signs his/her work. I’m aware that I’m breaking down basic graffiti terms mostly to win points with the Gen Z crowd. You can take that one to the Banksy!

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