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  • Proper 25A (2017)

    by Doug Bratt
    Have you ever thought about what you want someone to inscribe on your tombstone? Not your pizza, but your gravestone? After all, epitaphs, inscriptions on gravestones, can run from the humorous to cynical to serious. A few are humorous. One of my favorites is Winston Churchill’s: “I am ready to meet my Maker. Whether my Maker is prepared for the great ordeal of meeting me is another matter.” W.C. Fields reportedly once said that he’d like his headstone to read: “Here lies W.C. Fields. On the whole, I’d rather be in Philadelphia.”...
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  • Wouldn't Take Nothing for the Journey

    by Kathy Donley
    Klara married her husband Phillippe when she was 20. A year later, they were both arrested by the Nazis. They were taken to a holding camp in Belgium, where they were reunited with Klara’s father who had been arrested separately. Sometime after that, they learned that they were going to be taken by train from Belgium to Germany to Poland to Auschwitz. They began to plan to jump from the train. Their only hope was to jump while the train was still in Belgium. Two days before they were put on the train, Klara’s father became seriously ill. By the time they were on the train, he had lost consciousness. As the train rolled along, Phillippe was telling her that they had to jump, but she did not want to leave her father...