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Good Thinking: September Song

by Dr. Don Kuehle

September is one of those “in-between” months. September stands in between the last days of summer and the first days of fall. September is a one-of-a-kind month; she has her own song to sing. September’s song is a joyful song, a melody for all those “in-between” times in life. As Helen Hunt Jackson writes,

“The goldenrod is yellow; The corn is turning brown;

The trees in

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Good Thinking: Labor Day Musings

by Dr. Don Kuehle

“Let me but do my work from day to day,

In field or forest, at desk or loom,

In roaring market-place, or tranquil room;

Let me but find it in my heart to say

When vagrant wishes beckon me astray,

‘This is my work — my blessing or my doom;

Of all who live, I am the one by whom

This work can best be done

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Good Thinking: Watermelon Wine

by Dr. Don Kuehle

Summer-time. Watermelon, eaten iced-cold or warm. Hmmmm!

What better way to enjoy summer-time than with a large slice of watermelon!

Watermelons are a native-plant of Africa. The first watermelon harvest was recorded in Egypt some 5,000 years ago. By the mid-1600s, the Indian tribes in Florida were raising watermelons. Early explorers used watermelons as canteens. Watermelons grow best in a rich, well-drained soil; they thrive in

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Good Thinking: Songs in the Night

by Dr. Don Kuehle

Paul and Silas were taking a much-needed rest in Troas. One night, God spoke to Paul in a dream, through a vision: “Come to Macedonia and help us.”

Paul and Silas answered God’s call; they traveled from Troas to Samothrace and down to Philippi. They arrived in that large city; and on the Sabbath they attended a prayer meeting down by the riverside led by some

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Good Thinking: Running on Empty

by Dr. Don Kuehle

I was driving down Route K. I happened to glance at the gas gauge; it was sitting on empty! I hastily pulled into the nearest service station and filled the tank with gasoline. I was appalled at the price I had to pay for one gallon of gas. Yet, even if the price were over $4 a gallon, I would still fill the tank because I

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Good Thinking: Tomato Time

by Dr. Don Kuehle

My folks were proud of their garden. Their pride and joy was to have ripe tomatoes by the Fourth of July. Summer would not be summer without a table-full of tomatoes. This summer has been different; the weather hasn’t cooperated, and the tomato  crop has not done well. That just makes us appreciate the good tomatoes we do have!

Tomatoes are actually a fruit, and not

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Good Thinking: Those Wicked Weeds

by Dr. Don Kuehle

I was talking with a long-time friend at a Class reunion. “Long time, no see.”

“Yes. It has been awhile.”

“How’s your kids?”

“Oh, they’re growing like weeds!”

He didn’t have to explain further; I knew exactly what he meant.

Contrary to common opinion, weeds are not so easily defined. “A weed is a plant whose virtues have not yet been discovered.” So said Ralph Waldo

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Good Thinking: It’s Quintilis!

by Dr. Don Kuehle

In pre-Roman times, Quintilis was the fifth month of the year. Because of major inaccuracies in the calendar, Emperor Julius Casear revised the Calendar in 46AD. It became known as the Julian Calendar or the Solar Calendar. And since Casear’s birthday was in the month of Quintilis, that month was re-named “Julius” in his honor. Later, the name would be shortened to “July.” The Julian Calendar

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Good Thinking: Celebrate Independence Day

by Dr. Don Kuehle

In the mid-1770s our nation was born out of rebellion and resistance to foreign rule. The poets have memorialized the main events of our birth and growth as a nation. Hear what they have to say:

“The flags go down on land and sea like corn before the reaper’

So burned the fire that brewed the tea that Boston served her keepers.

And Freedom’s teacup still

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