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Classic stone tudor/cape style home loaded with historic charm and highend detail. Located on beautiful .79 acre wooded park-like setting with driveway entry off Kurtis Drive. Completely renovated in mid 2000s with gorgeous cabinetry, handsome millwork, leaded glass windows, stone, Corian tile etc. Formal living and dining rooms are perfect for entertaining. Modern kitchen is a chef’s delight. Enjoy western sunsets in the 3 season room. Upper level bedrooms are very spacious with spa inspired bath.

Charming 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath brick Ranch in beautiful Mission Hills area of Elm Grove. Foyer opens to spacious living room with crown molding and a masonry fireplace. Bright and sunny all white kitchen overlooks tree lined back yard with two patios. The kitchen opens to large family room that doubles as an entertainment center. Large master bedroom includes private bath. This home site of .70 acres is surrounded by million dollar homes and is priced as a tear down opportunity. #82765



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Executive style end unit in prestigious gated community. Great floor plan and best location in the Park at Elm Grove. Two story great room opens to deck, including gas fireplace, built-ins and exposed staircase to the upper level. Chef’s kitchen has granite countertops, snack bar and dinette. Main level den/office has a built-in bookcase wall. Finished lower level has a 2nd gas fireplace.

Awesome red brick Tudor style home in ultra-private 1.13-acre wooded setting. You’ll love the incredible detail, awesome built-ins and spacious room sizes this home has to offer. Family oriented floor plan features huge eat-in kitchen that opens to a masonry walled patio. Vaulted ceiling family room with fireplace opens to huge screened porch and brick patio.



Whitefish Bay

Coastal style smart home is a must see in the Cumberland Forest area. Five bedrooms plus den/office, 3.5 baths, 4,600 finished-square feet. Gourmet kitchen with a 9-foot island opens to family room grand fireplace, butler panty plus 2nd walk-in pantry, granite, massive 1st floor laundry/mud room. Extra large 10,000-square-foot lot with huge backyard.

Whitefish Bay

Spacious open concept luxury condo has one of the best locations in the building with two walls of windows, extra large balcony space, and tall ceilings. Gleaming hardwood floors, light woodwork, and cozy fireplace. Chef’s kitchen features granite surfaces, breakfast bar and state of art appliances. Master suite with dual sinks, walk-in glass enclosed shower and bath.

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8 Strong Hands, Strong Minds & Loving Hearts– The Donald Driver Foundation For many people, November heralds the beginning of a celebratory season of giving thanks. Shorter, cooler daylight hours signal a move toward contemplative introspection, a chance to step back from life’s hectic pace to reflect on deeper goals. While some of these goals may involve personal dreams, others involve connection to a larger community. Anne Kaiser

13 Holiday Decorating Holiday decorating starts with an individual inspiration. Whether you are creating a tabletop display or creating wreaths or garlands you must remember to layer textures, colors and heights. Decorating is a welcome chance to show off what you have collected through the years.

14 Exploring Bayeux Normandy Nestled within the tranquil countryside of western Normandy, the little French town of Bayeux makes for a compelling day trip, thanks largely to it being steeped in history–both ancient and recent. Stephen James

21 The Heart Of Whitefish Bay A spectacular, remodeled Colonial in the heart of Whitefish Bay. Walk in the front door and you instantly know that you’ve walked into a special home.

22 Timely Words Of Wisdom Thomas Edison’s inspiring response to a tragedy was an excellent example of the truth in this Spanish proverb: If your house is on fire, warm yourself by it. That statement succinctly conveys the wisdom that adversity, properly perceived, can be transformed into advantage; that misfortune can be used as the raw material to fuel a renewed and vigorous motivation. Victor Parachin

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30 God’s Corner NOVEMBER 2017

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FOR MANY PEOPLE, November heralds the beginning of a celebratory season of giving thanks. Shorter, cooler daylight hours signal a move toward contemplative introspection, a chance to step back from life’s hectic pace to reflect on deeper goals. While some of these goals may involve personal dreams, others involve connection to a larger community. Donald Driver is familiar with both giving and being thankful, and has defined his life by charting a course aimed at helping others, especially those facing less fortunate circumstances. Many of us are familiar with Donald Driver through his role as wide receiver for Wisconsin’s well-loved professional football team, the Green Bay Packers. Driver retired from that position in January 2013, but his celebrity-level popularity has continued and includes a winning stint on the hit television show “Dancing with the Stars” in 2012. As a young person, though, Driver was familiar with hardship. During his youth, Driver faced poverty and homelessness as one in a large single-parent family. Despite these challenges, Donald Driver held firm to his hope for a better future. An opportunity opened to him when he joined the Green Bay Packers, and Driver’s hard work and determination helped solidify the aspects of success he enjoys today. Driver’s determination propelled him through these challenging times, and now he uses his own success as a vehicle to reach out to help those in need. In 2001, Driver and his wife Betina started the Donald Driver Foundation. The foundation mission, as described on its website, is to “display Strong Hands, Strong Minds, and Loving Hearts 8






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serve as a hand up, not a hand out.” A primary

remember being really impressed because

of those obstacles and untapped his potential—

focus of the Donald Driver Foundation is to

he stayed an hour and a half longer than his

and that happened because people cared

serve “underprivileged children and families by

contracted time to be sure that everyone got an

enough to give him a chance, extend their

addressing health, wellness, safety, education,

autograph. I had worked with many athletes

hand to lift him up, and believe that he had the

and career development.”

before and that never happens!”

inner strength to be great. Most importantly, he

In keeping with this mission, Driver

Donald Driver’s partnership with Goodwill

believed in himself.”

partnered with Goodwill Industries of

has always been strong, perhaps fueled by

Donald Driver’s ability to connect with a

Southeastern Wisconsin beginning in 2003.

the similarities his life story shares with the

wide fan base and the whole community shines

This relationship began simply, with Driver

Goodwill mission. “Goodwill is all about

in his work with the Goodwill Industries of

signing autographs at the opening of a then-

helping people—people with disadvantages

Southeastern Wisconsin. Beyond his roles as

new Goodwill Store and Donation Center

and disabilities—overcome obstacles and

football champion and celebrity, he displays a

located in Franklin, Wisconsin. Even in this

barriers through employment and training,”

generous, personable spirit in his work with

initial encounter, Driver demonstrated the

Boelter said. “We say, ‘Not charity, but a chance’

individuals and the wider community. “Donald

special qualities that have contributed to his

(and) ‘A hand up, not a hand out.’” Driver’s

Driver serves as a role model, an inspiration,

wide base of enthusiastic fans and supporters.

path from poverty and homelessness “mirrors

always demonstrating the traits of a true

Pat Boelter, Chief Marketing Officer at

the story of many of the individuals we

champion. What makes Donald truly special

Goodwill Center for Work and Training−

serve,” Boelter noted. She continued, “Donald

is the man he is off the field—he demonstrates

Southwest Campus in Greendale, Wisconsin

was someone who grew up with so many

not just in words but (in) actions that he knows

explains: “I hired him to sign autographs as

obstacles—so many reasons to fail, give up,

what Goodwill is all about. The partnership

part of our grand opening activities and I can

throw in the towel—yet he overcame every one

with Donald has been so much fun, and we’re




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proud of our association with him,” Boelter said. Goodwill touches the lives of many people, and the organization provides a variety of opportunities that benefit individuals, their families, and the larger community. Cheryl Lightholder, Manager of Communications at the Goodwill Center for Work and Training− Southwest Campus explains: “Goodwill is a diverse nonprofit community organization that provides training, employment and supportive services for people with disabilities or disadvantages who seek greater independence. This mission—nearly 100 years strong—strengthens individuals, families and communities.” Goodwill is an ever-evolving program, working to match the changing needs of its diverse communities. One such change has been a successful move of numerous individuals with disabilities from an original facility-based model of employment toward community-based jobs. Lightholder explains: “This focus was fueled by our belief that every person with a disability who wants to work in the community should have the option and the supports necessary to be successful in that work. After all, work provides more than a paycheck. Employment for all of us affords selfesteem, a chance to cultivate individual talents

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TalentBridge (a staffing agency), Goodwill Manufacturing, Retail Services, Workforce Development, Laundry and Linen, and E-cycle (promoting responsible recycling of electronic waste). Lightholder summarizes, “Through our social enterprises, we focus on our stakeholders and seek partners who share our values and support our mission by employing people

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Thunder Mountain Press Gallery This Original Acrilic painting is titled “Winter Crossing” and can be found at Thunder Mountain Press Gallery in Oconomowoc, WI. Artist, Russ Meyer has created this 26" H x 33" W painting along with many other nature inspired masterpieces available. Stop in at Thunder Mountain Press Gallery to see the works of Russ and many Wisconsin artists, custom framing, and antiques, located at 175 East Wisconsin Ave., Downtown Oconomowoc. For info call 262-567-7216 or visit

Key Pieces This dynamic holiday tree, star and garland are made with boiled wool to give all the lush texture that people love during the holiday season. The method of boiling wool has been around for centuries. This tree is unique in that each petal is hand stitched to create a dimensional character of fullness. Key Pieces will be featuring felt ornaments and wool garlands this holiday season. Our Holiday Open House will be November 10-12, 2017. A Must See Event. Tuesday-Saturday, 10-5; Sunday, 11-4. Key Pieces W282 N7148 Main StreetMerton, WI 53056. 262-337-1728.






a total of 1,569,578 donations. fundraisers held at or facilitated by Goodwill.


Several years ago, Goodwill worked with

At an annual Super Bowl party held at

Driver to start a new program, the Donald

Goodwill’s operation at Naval Station Great

Driver Mentoring Program. In this program,

Lakes, Driver signs autographs for thousands

well-established business professionals

of recruits and sailors. He has assisted at many

volunteer to mentor Goodwill employees

Goodwill store openings, signed autographs

and individuals served by Goodwill, offering

at numerous store events, appeared in many

opportunities for additional professional

Goodwill radio and television commercials,

growth and “exposure to other organizations

joined in the annual Goodwill fundraising

and all the possibilities that are available,” Pat

gala (Retro Rendezvous) and met with

Boelter said. Driver’s commitment to the well-

business customers at an annual breakfast,

being of others in the community is reflected in

hosted by Goodwill.

his role in this new program. Boelter explained:

Driver has been instrumental in facilitating

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the Pack’er Up Donation Challenge brought in

“For Donald, it wasn’t just about putting his

school donation drives through Goodwill,

name on a program—it was about asking

such as the Pack’er Up Donation Challenge.

questions, setting the bar (and) motivating and

In this drive, elementary and middle schools

inspiring our volunteers.”

in southeastern Wisconsin compete to see

Donald Driver’s partnership with Goodwill

who can donate the most items to Goodwill

has been a winning combination for both. This

during a set period of time. The winning

partnership has brought additional attention

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school receives a special visit by Donald

to both Driver’s and Goodwill’s missions. It has

Driver; autographed copies of one of Driver’s

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fostered public awareness of the importance of

children’s books; and a Packer’s football

believing in and supporting those who travel

helmet, autographed by Driver. In April 2017,

Continued on page 28



DECORATING HOLIDAY DECORATING STARTS with an individual inspiration. Whether you are creating a tabletop display or creating wreaths or garlands you must remember to layer textures, colors and heights. The picture of this classic cream chest depicts all of the above. Neutral tones of cream, beige, and gold are crisp and accent the mixed pine branches. Holiday decorating does not have to have a high price tag. Be creative and use what you have by swapping out pillows, throws and even artwork. Heirloom ornaments are another way to dazzle tables, vases and wine glasses. Move your furniture pieces around to create conversation groupings for guests stopping by. Incorporate quality artificial foliage if getting fresh greens are not in your budget every year. Garlands that are lush will warm up banisters and mantels or even serve as a tabletop for your holiday table. Christmas decorating is a welcome chance to show off what you have collected through the years. Key Pieces does holiday consults. Whether you need help with your trees, banisters, mantels, or holiday tables please call or stop by the boutique to be inspired! Our Holiday Open House is November 10-12, 2017. Happy holidays to all! Key Pieces, W282 N7148 Main Street, Merton, WI., Tuesday-Saturday 10-5; Sunday 11-4., 262-337-1728. NOVEMBER 2017




exploring bayeux normandy

Stephen James

NESTLED WITHIN THE tranquil countryside of western Normandy, the little French town of Bayeux makes for a compelling day trip, thanks largely to it being steeped in history–both ancient and recent. At less than five miles inland from the English Channel, Bayeux is easily accessible from the major seaports and regional hubs of Caen and Cherbourg to the east and Le Havre and Saint-Malo to the west. The roads spanning the region are well-kept, have a low volume of traffic and are lined with residences and farmhouses advertising home-crafted produce for sale, from soft cheeses and fresh bread through to delicacies such as foie gras, and these make idea places to stop off along the journey. The town of Bayeux itself is a sleepy little haven with a pretty and surprisingly intact historic centre. Continued on page 18

Left page, top: Exterior of Bayeux’s Notre Dame Cathedral. Far left: An old French water wheel. Left: A performer with beautiful face painting at the parade for the Medieval Festival of Bayeux. This page, top left: The River Aure running through Bayeux. Colorful shop windows. Left: The interior of the Bayeux Cathedral. NOVEMBER 2017


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Its centerpiece is the looming Norman Cathedral, established over one thousand years ago by the infamous William the Conqueror. The local economy thrives on tourism, and as a result visitors here will find their every need catered to, as well as discovering an acceptance (or rather tolerance!) of the English language far greater than is found throughout the rest

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a stunningly well-preserved piece of historic art with their own eyes. The Bayeux Tapestry, a seventy metre-long embroidery depicting the story of the successful Norman conquest of England culminating in the Battle of Hastings in 1066, is presented in its entirety backlit in a darkened room for visitors to study at their leisure. The admission fee also includes the rental of a audio guide which explains the scenes depicted in the tapestry in great detail. The best time to go to view the tapestry is as soon as the museum opens its doors in the morning, when the school groups are still assembling around town and the tourist scrum is at its least imposing. If you’re fortunate, you may even get the Tapestry all to yourself. Bayeux’s main streets offer a multitude of food options, from French bistros and outdoor cafes with gastronomic delights gracing the menus to the more standard international fare, all happily catering to


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historical invasion, albeit one in recent, not ancient, history, not to mention one of liberation rather than conquest. Back in 1944 five beaches north and west of Bayeux, codenamed Gold, Juno, Sword, Omaha and Utah, were the disembarkment point of thousands upon thousands of British, American and Commonwealth troops in the D-Day Landings, the military operation to liberate France and ultimately the rest of Western Europe from the grip of the Nazis. These days it’s the tourists that disembark in their thousands, lured by the remnants of and memorials to the invasion that cost so many young lives.

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At Arromanches-les-Bains, north of Bayeux, it’s still possible at low tide to see the remains of some of the hulking structures that formed the famous Mulberry Harbour, the artificial dock which the Allies constructed and floated across the English Channel in order to unload heavy equipment onto the French beaches to support the invading troops. Even with the little museum and scattered monuments in the form of vehicles, bomb shells, artillery guns and bunkers, it’s difficult to imagine this sleepy stretch of coastline being the site of so much carnage less than seventy years ago. In addition to the Mulberry Harbour, there is also a 360-degree cinema at Arromanches-les-Bains which shows affecting war documentaries. In the surrounds of Bayeux there are numerous impeccablytended war cemeteries, a visit to one of which is a sobering yet essential experience. The main D-Day sights are easily accessible by car, being clearly signposted; alternatively, you may instead wish to partake in an organized bus tour, the majority of which run from Bayeux to the primary D-Day sites of interest on a daily basis. The Tourist Information Office will be able to provide you with details of the schedule and pricing. As a day-trip destination, Bayeux is a rewarding experience on many levels, and has something to offer everyone, old and young. E X C L U S I V E LY Y O U R S


WHITEFISH BAY A SPECTACULAR, REMODELED Colonial in the heart of Whitefish Bay. Walk in the front door and you instantly know that you’ve walked into a special home. The cascading staircase and show-stopping, temperature controlled wine room greet you as you make your way into the stunning gourmet kitchen.  So many fabulous details in this open concept smart home, including custom cabinetry, a marbletopped kitchen island, beautiful hardwood floors, a walk-in pantry and new windows. Upstairs offers even more with four bedrooms plus a vaulted master suite with a spa-like bathroom. The third floor loft is sure to be a favorite recreational space. The basement features a rec room complete with a dry bar, as well as a full bathroom and home gym. Come see it today! If you would like more information on this property, contact The Bailey Team of Shorewest Realtors®. Barb Bailey, 414-339-7685; or Bridget Bailey Behrens, 414-915-3678. NOVEMBER 2017


TIMELY WORDS of by Vic tor Parachin

IN DECEMBER OF 1914, Thomas Alva Edison’s laboratory

toughest cities in the world. It has more than its share of dirt,

was virtually destroyed by a massive fire. Although the damage

noise, pollution, corruption, drugs and crime. Nevertheless,

exceeded $2 million—an enormous sum at the turn of the

hundreds of people make their way from all over Mexico to

century—the buildings were only insured for $238,000 because

this rapidly growing cosmopolitan center weekly. The reason:

they were made of concrete and believed to be fireproof. Most of

Tijuana is Mexico’s city of opportunity, a magnet for those

Edison’s life, work, plans, drawings, and experiments went up in

seeking to improve their lives and fulfill their dreams. One who

spectacular flames that December evening.

made her way to Tijuana, as a 19-year-old is Monica Garcia. She

At the height of the fire, Edison’s 24-year-old son, Charles,

attitude have opened doors to her in spite of crushing poverty

He finally found him, calmly watching the scene, his face

and hardship. Her father abandoned her when she was 15. She

glowing in the reflection, his white hair blowing in the wind.

got a job, worked eight hours a day, remained in high school

“My heart ached for him,” Charles said. “He was 67—no longer

and won a scholarship to study medicine. “Always, always,

a young man—and everything was going up in flames. When

always,” she explained, “when I was little, I would go by the

he saw me, he shouted, ‘Charles, where’s your mother?’ When I

university and say, ‘One day I will be there,’ Now I am actually

told him I didn’t know, he said. ‘Find her. Bring her here. She will

there,” she said with a smile.

never see anything like this as long as she lives.’”

Learn from your mistakes.

The next morning, Edison looked at the ruins and made

That simple proverb has been a guiding credo for many

this remarkable statement to his son: “There is great value in

highly creative and successful individuals. Thomas Watson,

disaster. All our mistakes are burned up. Thank God we can

the former chairman who helped develop IBM from a small

start anew.” Three weeks after the fire, Edison managed to

business machine company into one of the world’s largest

deliver his first phonograph.

computer corporations, said: “Double your rate of failure.

Edison’s inspiring response to tragedy is an excellent

Failure is a teacher—a harsh one, but the best.” And, Ann

example of the truth in this Spanish proverb: If your house

Richards, former governor of Texas noted: “One of the most

is on fire, warm yourself by it. That statement succinctly

valuable lessons I learned is that we all have to learn from our

conveys the wisdom that adversity, properly perceived, can be

mistakes and we learn from those mistakes a lot more than we

transformed into advantage; that misfortune can be used as the

learn from the things we succeeded in doing.” The lesson for

raw material to fuel a renewed and vigorous motivation. Along

living: our mistakes, blunders, slip-ups are fertile ground from

with that Spanish proverb, our culture has many other words

which new insights and strengths emerge. So important is the

of wisdom which can guide us through all sorts of personal

principle of learning from mistakes that Economist Kenneth

and professional difficulties. Here are some other times—and

Ewart Boulding declared: “Nothing fails like success because

timely—words of wisdom to draw on when life’s journey is

we don’t learn from it. We learn only from failure.”

difficult and discouraging.


came in order to attend Medical School. Her own resilience and

frantically searched for his father among the smoke and debris.

When the mind can conceive, then will can achieve.

Although the world is full of suffering, it is full also of the overcoming of it.

The fact is that all things have their beginning in a vision

Those words of wisdom come from Helen Keller who was

or mental picture. Those who see themselves as succeeding are

blinded and deafened as a child, yet graduated from college,

generally the ones who succeed. Tijuana, Mexico, is one of the

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wisdom figure. One of life’s most glorious experiences is that of turning tragedy into triumph. William Penn noted that suffering is often the prerequisite for success. “No pain, no balm; no thorns, no throne; no gall, no glory; no cross, no crown,” he wrote. At sixteen years of age Allison Jones has become a world-class skier even though she is missing a leg. The Colorado resident was born with a birth defect which left her as an above-the-knee amputee. When she was five, her mother got Allison hooked on skiing. At 16, she became one of the youngest members of the United States Disabled Ski Team. “I was picked the day before my (16th) birthday. Nice present, huh?” she said with delight. The lack of one leg has not prevented Allison from pursuing all sorts of athletic activity. “I’ll try any sport: rock climbing, swimming, running, high jumping. I also cycle with one foot…Last summer I competed in a major bike race against other girls who have both legs and actually beat another cyclist. I was so excited,” she added. Allison Jones’ personal philosophy can help others who are facing great challenges in life. “If I can do it, I’ll do it. If I can’t, I’ll just try harder,” she said. Is your cup half full or half empty? This perceptive question is a potent reminder that perspective is reality. What we see is what will be. If a great difficulty comes tumbling into our lives and we define it as a “catastrophe,” that is precisely what it will be. However, if we step back, detach ourselves slightly, then we can see possibilities and potentials not previously evident. The catastrophic view is that of a cup half empty. NOVEMBER 2017


T I M E LY W O R D S The detached view is that of a cup half full. There is a world of difference between the two views. “Attitudes are capable of making the same experience either pleasant or painful,” noted author John Powell. Train your eye to always see a cup half full, not half empty! A handful of patience is worth more than a bushel of brains.

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This Dutch saying is a reminder that patience is a vital skill. A small dose of patience can prevent us from making a big mistake, giving up prematurely, drifting off into hopelessness. Shakespeare wisely observed: “How poor are they who have not patience! What wound did ever heal but buy degrees.”

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one-piece swimsuit. “I could tell she was scared. Mom stood there for an eternity. Then she jumped—feet first!” While that “dive” was not impressive, Mary’s mother continued coming to the pool most of the summer eventually working up her courage to dive headfirst. There were many noisy belly flops. Other swimmers and lifeguards cringed at the sound of the mother attempting to dive from the high board. One day toward the end of the summer, the mother crossed the hot concrete at the pool and again made her way up the high diving




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T I M E LY W O R D S board. “With a small bounce, she launched herself upwards. She made a graceful arc in midair, then straightened and slipped into the water with hardly a ripple. A perfect dive!” Mary recalled. A lifeguard cheered and a friend said to the teenager: “Wow, your mom’s great.” The memory of her mother’s patience and determination that summer empowered Mary to face her bereavement more courageously and hopefully. “Twenty years later I stood at another daunting turning point in life. I knew the future would not be easy for my children or me, and there would probably be plenty of painful belly flops along the way. But I remember that summer at the pool.” Patience is a critical tool for coping when life deals us a harsh blow. Through patience a mother overcame fear and learned


to dive. Through patience a grieving young widow learned to deal with her bereavement. “Little strokes feel great oaks,” observed Benjamin Franklin. If at first you don’t succeed, try, try and try again. This statement has bee heard by most children as they have struggled with a particularly difficult school assignment. The popularity of this saying stems from its inherent wisdom, that persistence is productive. One of the most amazing examples of this persistence principle comes from Sue Whiting of Woking, England. In 1964, when she was 17, she took a

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WITH SEEMING confusion rampant, and unconstructive criticism the ready tool of subtle propaganda, the time has come for those of us whose strength is grounded in faith to stand steadfastly by our prayers. Thus, by our very calm may we prove the truth of our position. This is no time to quibble over creed or race. This is no time to consume energy in needless discussion, nor smatter intelligence in wasteful indecision. That which is negative has no value. The most powerful antidote in the universe to evil of any nature is a firm conviction that good alone is power, and good alone will endure. To the degree in which we make that knowledge a part of our being, to the degree in which we impart that knowledge to those less fortunate in their understanding, will we bring good into existence as a force that brooks no opposition. And only as we stand firmly by our prayers, steadfastly refusing to be dissuaded from our resolve, will the binding mesmerism of evil be routed. Thanksgiving brings with it a fullness of living—a luscious gold brown hue that casts a mellow light across harvested fields. To the casual observer, steeped in the gloom of the moment, that light may seem dimmed by the thunder of war planes and the roar of defense plants. Yet a seeming truth, accepted as it may be by thousands, it is not necessarily true. The light of Thanksgiving is not dimmed. It shines today with as rare effulgence as it shone 329 years ago when our forefathers laid aside personal ambition and individual creed for a singleness of purpose: to thank God for His blessings. They had prayed for a plentiful harvest. They had labored; and then stood by their prayers. So great was their reward that eventually, one day a year was set aside for a day of national Thanksgiving. Today criticism, resentment, political differences must again give away to a singleness of purpose. In the same fashion that Aaron and Hur stayed up the hands of Moses when they were heavy, so must we as a nation uphold the hands of our leaders that they may unflinchingly carry us through a world upheaval to a just peace designed for the good of all mankind. As we are strong, so do we make others strong. Let us not limit our power by dissipating our purpose. Let us rather, as a nation whose influence may be felt throughout the world, unite at this moment in a firm resolve to stand by our prayers and thank God for the blessings that are ours. Then only will we harvest the good that is plentiful. 30


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