Dr. Ron Barnes is a columnist for The Daily Courier.
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.
Travel back with me to the late ’30s.
Later this week the Olympic Games begin.
I suspect most of us can recall stories we heard or read back when we were youngsters.
If you are young, you need to know. If you are in your later years, it’s important to remember.
“It was the day before Christmas and all through the House and Senate. . . . “
Let’s take a few minutes, shall we, to spend with our memories.