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Gladys, Dennis, and Val

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The night Val greeted me as “Barbie’ when I walked into the Christmas dinner held by the River Church, I knew ours would be a great friendship. Ten years later it flourishes strong, and this week it went to a … Continue reading

In Memory of Mrs. Dhanraj

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 The population of Standard Road has dropped by two in one week. Today Mrs. Dhanraj passed away at age 90. (Last week it was Balliram.) I don’t know her first name as we often referred to her as her children’s … Continue reading

Balliram Sookdeo Goes to Heaven

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 The harsh wooooz on my iPhone roused me to action. Likely it was the notification of fees and other expenses I had been paying over the last few days. Quickly I voiced my morning praise “From the rising of the … Continue reading

NASA’s Tour of the Moon

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Happy New Year. As I write the Moon is 88% in waning gibbous state. (Waning means that the moon is getting smaller, and gibbous refers to the shape which is less than the complete circle of the Full Moon.) I’m beginning … Continue reading

Jupiter and Saturn in the Great Conjunction

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 The solar system’s two giant planets, Jupiter and Saturn, travel together across the sky nightly. Jupiter leads the way and Saturn trots contentedly behind. On December 21, 2020 Saturn caught up to and passed Jupiter in the astronomical event known … Continue reading

Remembering Terrance Sookhansingh

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Hearing the news that the funeral of our classmate Terrance Sookhansingh will be held tomorrow (November 16) shocked me as his death shocked everyone else. In stunned silence I envisioned our class back at Iere High School – Haymatee who … Continue reading

Not an Angel

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God didn’t want an angel when He called my aunt home on Sunday. Usually I write a eulogy but this time I feel compelled to write what Scripture says. Like me, my aunt was a Christian. We called her Tanty … Continue reading

Visit to Hell – from Touched By Eternity (Susan Harris)

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 I walk beyond the suburbs in Heaven towards the edge. There are no houses here. Instead, a big, tall double wall with a narrow gap in between falls to a sheer drop way down below. The walls seem to be … Continue reading

The Pennies in the Locomotive

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 “Do you have a penny from the years when you were a boy?” Mark asked Dan as he placed two coffee drinks and doughnuts on the table. The tall man shook his head. “I don’t keep a lot of pennies,” … Continue reading

Touched By Eternity on SaskBooks 2019 bestselling list

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Touched By Eternity made SaskBooks bestsellers’ list of 2019 Copies available globally where books are sold – SaskBooks, Indigo/Chapters/Coles,  Amazon worldwide, Barnes & Noble, etc, and on digital platforms. The review on the SaskBooks website by Shelley A. Leedahl can … Continue reading