To Have and To Hold

By Brian Peter Fagan  The Restoration Room was on the 20th floor of the Mason Building in midtown Manhattan. There was a long waiting list to get into the Restoration Room and the service was very expensive, so it took me a long time to put the fee together and then another six months of … Continue reading To Have and To Hold

He Who Is In A Hurry Always Arrives Late

By Nancy Malcolm "He Who Is In A Hurry Always Arrives Late"Georgian Proverb I was running, clutching my purse, and holding my powder blue Samsonite train case. My dad was saying, “Hurry, Nan! We’re so late! I’m afraid you’ll miss your flight.” We rounded the corner of the parking garage and headed down the stairs. … Continue reading He Who Is In A Hurry Always Arrives Late

The Philosophers on the Woods

By John Watts There were two philosophers, one a Christian, the other an Atheist, and they were enjoying a stroll deep in the woodlands of sunny Sussex, in serious discussion about matters which arrested the minds of philosophers, Christians and Atheists. The discourse and the arguments on both sides were the most profound and convincing … Continue reading The Philosophers on the Woods