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Story: A heart shattered by a glimpse into autism

Sometimes I read a story that hits me so hard I just can’t stop thinking about it. I keep rolling it around in my head, looking for answers, but knowing there are no simple answers when it comes to autism. … Continue reading

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A story of community and good food

I have always day-dreamed about having a few acres full of garden goodness, some chickens and a small orchard (of course the work involved isn’t really part of my fantasy).  But for now, I’ll make due with my small backyard … Continue reading

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The time is now to do something

Sometimes we get so caught up in our busy lives that we can stop noticing what is going on around us. The people that live in small towns down the road may be no more than a blur as we … Continue reading

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Day 108: Simple and powerful sharing

Sometimes a good idea is incredibly simple.  Gary Oppenheimer had one of those simple ideas as he was working in a community garden in his home town. He saw how many gardeners had more fruit and vegetables than they could … Continue reading

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Day 101: Neighbors helping neighbors

Sometimes all it takes is an idea, and the desire to help. Ruth Schwartz and Curt Kinkead noticed that some of the neighbors in their low-income complex were struggling to buy food and “We just saw the need and decided … Continue reading

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Day 100: Love Kitchen

The Love Kitchen in Knoxville, Tennessee was started 30 years ago by twin sisters, Helen and Ellen, who chose to do something for those they saw struggling with hunger.  Helen started by using her own money to cook and feed … Continue reading

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Day 23: A mother’s request – “feed them…”

As a mom myself, I often wonder if my son really hears me when I ask him to do something. Sometimes the requests don’t matter all that much, and sometimes they really do.  California chef Bruno Serato’s mother can be … Continue reading

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