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"Eventually, as it always does, the furnace caught up, the temperature throughout the room stabilized and life on the river was fine again."
"Praying can be intimidating, and our history of making prayer obligatory and reverent hasn’t been particularly helpful, in my view. ... I would encourage us to view prayer as simply a conversation with God, or Jesus if that is more comfortable. You can pray to the Holy Spirit too, or Mother Earth, for that matter."
Choose to be home, wherever that might be. And if you need a new sense of home, go find it, even in the dead of winter.
A regular opinion piece by columnist Terry Woster

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"My best advice as a faith leader is to seek out where you can find the Spirit, God’s active presence in the world, still at work. This can be in the talented medical staff taking care of your loved one; this could be in the network of friends who rally to your side. The Spirit is there, at work, somewhere."
A regular column from Terry Woster
A regular opinion piece from columnist Terry Woster.
A regular column from Terry Woster
A regular column from Terry Woster
Mitchell Superintendent Joe Graves with an opinion column.

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I’m pretty sure I was 12 when I saw the photo of Elvis getting his polio shot. I got my shot not so very long after that.
I want to believe South Dakota kids today learn more in school about our state’s race relations than I did. It really does matter.
An opinion column from Cal Thomas.

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