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Just yesterday, I leeanrd of the passing of an old high school friend. He was a couple of years ahead of me. But we lived about 7 houses from each other for about 15 years. Unfortunately, he died from prostate cancer. Is this the devil’s way of sewing seeds of doubt and fear in my mind? I believe so. Shook me up quite a bit last night. But today is a new day. A new opportunity to be thankful. Maybe even pause to think and smile.
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