Archive | June, 2012

The Adventures of Lazarus

Posted on 29 June 2012

  According to one count, the Lord Jesus told 42 parables.  We can think of a parable as a short fictional story that teaches a spiritual lesson.   Some of the Lord’s parables are well known.  You may have heard about the sower who went out to sow seed; or the prodigal son, whose father welcomed […]

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Going to the Super Bowl

Posted on 18 June 2012

  2012 began as did most years during the course of my life – with hopes that the new year would be a better year than its predecessor. 2011, as had been the case with most of the years in the new millennium, was not a particularly good year for me. And so, it should […]

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My Other Brother

Posted on 16 June 2012

  This is the story of the youngest of three brothers who shared a life experience growing up in a happy home in South Philadelphia.  Preceded by his older brothers Rocco in 1924 and Thomas in 1926, Anthony Petruzzelli was born to Donato and Rose Petruzzelli on Armistice Day in 1928, ten years after the […]

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The New Jersey Self-Help Clearinghouse

Posted on 09 June 2012

  The New Jersey Self-Help Clearinghouse has been helping people find and form support groups for over 31 years. Plans for the Clearinghouse began in 1980. Armed with a wooden card file box and index cards, the Clearinghouse began to collect information on self-help support groups. This list continued to grow and was printed as […]

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Used Car Shopping Made Easy

Posted on 06 June 2012

  Although it seems as though it should be a simple process, shopping for a quality used car at an affordable price is surprisingly difficult.  Unlike new cars that are uniform by make and model from dealer to dealer, no two used cars are alike.  Regardless the similarities, there are always differences – no matter […]

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D-Day the Sixth of June

Posted on 05 June 2012

  With a relatively short window of opportunity in the midst of adverse conditions and against long odds, a decision is made that changes the course of history.  If you are thinking that this could be the plot of an excellent movie, you might be right.  In actuality, however, this is the storyline of what […]

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The Mystery of Round Valley Reservoir: New Jersey’s Bermuda Triangle?

Posted on 04 June 2012

  Clinton Township in scenic, rural Hunterdon County is home to New Jersey’s largest and deepest manmade lake, Round Valley Reservoir.  Spanning 2,000 acres and stocked with trout, the lake – as deep as 180 feet in parts – has become a popular spot for area fisherman since it was opened to the sport in […]

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It’s National Doughnut Day!

Posted on 01 June 2012

  It’s only fitting that in the same week that Mayor (or should I say Emperor) Michael Bloomberg of New York City proposed a total ban on service of sugary drinks larger than 16 ounces in any of the city’s restaurants, delis, movie theaters, and even street carts as a means of combating obesity that […]

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