Dr. Ron Barnes is a columnist for The Daily Courier.
Harmony! My, how you have changed!
I’m a week late expressing gratitude to my father, but we all recall the admonition, “Better late than never.” Frankly, I never invested much faith in that saying, but today it works, so . . . .!
This one is for my friends who attend the Prescott and/or Phoenix symphony concerts.
This is the season for graduations and commencement addresses.
It’s waking up sick and she was there holding my hand.
I am increasingly concerned about what this nation has become — and is becoming.
What do each of us possess that may well be our most important possession? How about our memories?
Rummaging through some old studies I have collected, I found one that deserves a revival.
A Talmudic legend tells us that at a child’s conception, Leila, the angel of the night, brings the fetus before God.
We’ve just experienced our first snow of the year and I hope all of us were grateful for the moisture, puny as it was.