Tag Archives: pain

Pardon the politics; feel the pain

The Catch has a friend; his name is Alex, and he is 25 years old. That makes him an official millennial. We consult with him about the Internet, and he teaches us a lot about his generation. First off, he … Continue reading

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What to do with pain?

I spent the night in the hospital earlier this week. It was just precautionary, and everything checked out okay. I might not have gone in if my daughter hadn’t insisted. She’s a doctor in Hawaii, and when she heard about … Continue reading

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‘Why me? … Why not me?’

It’s one of the hardest questions anyone who experiences something catastrophic has to face, and I’m sure it’s on the minds of many injured in the Orlando shootings this past weekend: “Why me?” Why did I get cancer? Why did … Continue reading

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The value of pain

You can’t bring a cup of cold water to someone if you’ve never thirsted You can’t heal a heart if your heart’s never been broken You can’t forgive a sin that you’ve never done Or you never thought you could … Continue reading

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