The F-word

Growing up in a straight-laced family had its benefits: ┬áconscientious parents, good enduring friends, hospitality, stability, and protective morality. ┬áHard work and integrity were DNA-like in their influence. ┬áThe thought of disappointing others was as compelling as the fear of going to Hell. But the same things that functioned as a moral compass could also... Continue Reading →

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