Monthly Archives: December 2014

Control

The following is another product of my random writing exercises. I’ve been thinking a lot about this subject lately.  Control seems to be the thing that the younger generation wants more than anything else.  Control is power, and power brings … Continue reading

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MOVING!!

We just moved moved for the umpteenth time, once again to be closer to our family. we only got closer to three fourths of them but at least we are all in the same state for now. I looked back at … Continue reading

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Ode to Christmas

           By Bill Willson       No more carols in the cold winter night,      No more trees green, blue or white;      No more packages tied up with bows;      Christmas has gone wher e’er  it goes.      We … Continue reading

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Secret Santas

    By Bill Willson I was four almost five. It was 1940, my dad was a recovering alcoholic working on a WPA project, and we were poor, but I didn’t know any of that stuff. It was the first year … Continue reading

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The Question

by Bill Willson Thoughts from the goblet of life. The question’s asked, Are we alone? The thought causes faith to falter. Of course we’re not.  He told us so. Why should His word we alter? Before we believe, must we … Continue reading

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Data Base Paranoia

Ever since 911 American citizens are going ballistic with regards to the fear of attack and searches of personal information and the data bases that are being created for investigative purposes. The post 911 the Patriot act allows the government … Continue reading

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Learning to Recognize the Spirit

Written by Bill Willson, and previously published in “Angels Watching Over You:True Stories of the Lord’s Tender Mercies.” An anthology by Judy C. Olsen; Covenant Communications Inc. 2013; p-29 In the fall of 1972, because of a downturn in the … Continue reading

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