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Something to Think About: Light and darkness

Dr. Amit Sood says, "The wider I open my eyes, the more light I can see." Dear friend, Vultures soar in the sky, looking for carcass, while humming birds dart from one tree to the next, looking for fresh blossoms. They both work hard and find what they are looking for. We find what we […]
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