Four years ago my family’s life was flipped upside down by a drunk driver who left my four nieces and one nephew without their homeschooling mother. He also left me without my best friend. My family adjusted our rhythm to support them for the next couple of years. It was difficult to keep going through…

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“I will never read a book twice. There are just too many good books out there to read one a second time.” I’ve heard this sentiment often. I get it. If there are so many books on my shelf that I want to read, why would I ever think about reading one again? While it…

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Of Aristotle’s Five Common Topics, Comparison has always been the easiest for me. Perhaps it is because I grew up comparing things, whether good or bad, all of my life. This summer I led a seminar in using the topic of Comparison to generate ideas for an entire paper. The topic of Comparison generates a…

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