Living in the Past & Resisting Change

Living in the Past & Resisting Change

Living in the Past & Resisting Change 1920 1080 Jason Stadtlander

I feel stressed and I retract my thoughts to a specific memory in my childhood; I am seven years old,…

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Father and Son

PFP (Sonnet) The Benevolent Son

PFP (Sonnet) The Benevolent Son 1024 681 Jason Stadtlander

“The Benevolent Son” Tho new upon this world you came in love You showed me that the white clouds were…

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Final Moments

Final Moments 620 310 Jason Stadtlander

Michael lay, with his head on the soft, down pillow as he watched his wife’s chest, watching this rhythmic rise and fall of her bosom under the old, soft, cotton nightgown. This ancient familiar warmth had given him the strength to start his day for the last fifty six years.

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A Letter to Me

A Letter to Me Jason Stadtlander

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The Power of Friendship

The Power of Friendship 150 150 Jason Stadtlander

Friendship is a give and take. We need our friends at times and our friends need us at other times. Friends play a key role in our ability to be individuals, a community and a society as a whole. If you have friends…

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Blood and Water

Blood and Water 150 150 Jason Stadtlander

The blood pumps in your veins And keeps you alive; From the family you came It’s all that survives. What now…

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Frankly Friday: Chasing Faith

Frankly Friday: Chasing Faith 150 150 Jason Stadtlander

I have always considered myself a Christian. I was born into a Methodist home, raised in a Methodist church and…

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Fire and Ice – The Value of a Touch

Fire and Ice – The Value of a Touch 150 150 Jason Stadtlander

Emotions are like seeds and you can choose to feed them or to kill them.

Emotions being what they are, cannot remain buried forever. They must reach, and grow to the surface eventually… Otherwise they can rot away at the very core of who and what we are.

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Mortality, Family and Reality – The need to say “I love you”

Mortality, Family and Reality – The need to say “I love you” 150 150 Jason Stadtlander

Our life is so short and can end with a whimper or a bang, but either way you never know when it’s your time. Not really anyway. So I am asking you…

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Cities: The Beautiful and The Ugly

Cities: The Beautiful and The Ugly 150 150 Jason Stadtlander

Living in the city for fifteen years and having grown up in the country, provides a unique perspective on the world of city life.

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