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Waste Time. Permission Granted.

Being a songwriter or musician can easily make one in to a workaholic.  This is especially true if you’ve got a passion for it.  Once one turns on the songwriting machine it is hard to stop. Lyric writing is like … Continue reading

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Mental Illness: Helping the Church Help the Hurting

Originally posted on Sandscribblings:
In the last decades of my father-in-law’s life, he slipped into a fog of mental illness from which he never returned. We did our best to help him–to find a diagnosis and effective medications. The years…

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Dignity – A Lifeline Reviewed by Caring.com

Steve Siler, founder of Music for the Soul, producer of Dignity, was honored to read a recent review from Caring.com, and shares: “I’m so excited to see the wonderful new review of Dignity.  It is truly a blessing to hear that … Continue reading

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The Warmth of a Wrinkled Old Hand

“The Little Boy and the Old Man” Said the little boy, “Sometimes I drop my spoon.” Said the old man, “I do that too.” The little boy whispered, “I wet my pants.” I do that too,” laughed the little old … Continue reading

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Dignity…for Caregivers

“I knew it was the honorable thing to do, and I’d often ask myself who else would take care of him if I didn’t do it?” This was my mother’s honest answer, when asked why she took care of my … Continue reading

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