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Mortality, Might, and Mt. Everest

New Zealand mountaineer, Russell Brice, has had his share of mountain top moments. He has reached mountain peaks higher than 8,000 meters (26,247 ft) 14 times, including the famed Mt. Everest twice. And since 1974 he’s been helping other climbers … Continue reading

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how to maintain proper perspective in hard times

The summer of 1999 was a special season for me. I got to fulfill a childhood dream of working and living on a farm. (Many thanks to Lee and Barb Miller of Barlee Farms!) On one particular afternoon, I found myself … Continue reading

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