Beauty Is in the Eye of the Beholder (by: Author Unknown) She was not beautiful. Nothing about her was extraordinary. Nothing about her made her stand out in a crowd. She grew up in a family of six. full storyBeauty of Love, The (by: Author Unknown) The question is asked, "Is there anything more beautiful in life than a boy and a girl clasping clean hands and pure hearts in the path of marriage? Can there be anything more beautiful than young love?" full storyFootprints in Time (by: Lauren Posey) Two young lovers, Walking on the sand, Gazing at each other, Talking hand in hand, The prints they leave behind them, Marking memories of the past, full storyHomecoming (by: Author Unknown) This one occurred a mere two feet away from me. Straining to locate my friend among the passengers deplaning through the jet way, I noticed a man coming toward me carrying two light bags. He stopped right next to me to greet his family. full storyIf You Love Her Enough (by: Bill Walls) My friend John always has something to tell me. He knows so much that young men have to have older and more worldly wise men to tell them. For instance who to trust, how to care for others, and how to live life to the fullest. full storyJust So You Know You Know (by: Patrick) [A man facing death leaves this for his wife] "Your love is priceless, that is the best part of you that nothing could buy, or replace. full storyMy Miraculous Family (by: Michael Jordan Segal) I never considered myself unique, but people are constantly telling me, "I am a miracle." To me, I was just an ordinary "guy" with realistic goals and big dreams. full storyNow and Beyond (by: Author Unknown) On the day after Jack Benny's death in December, 1974, a single long stemmed red rose was delivered to Mary Livingstone Benny, his wife of 48 years. full storyOne Rose for Bessie (by: T. Lynn) She listened...as she heard a light tapping on her door. Taking a minute, Bessie slowly shuffled across the floor. Years had crept in and aches and pains now Bessie's lot. As she remembered, days gone by, she became lost in thought.
full storyOptimistic Spirit (by: Chaplain Jerry Vintinner) It had been a year since Susan, thirty-four, became blind. Due to a medical misdiagnosis she had been rendered sightless, and she was suddenly thrown into a world of darkness, anger, frustration and self-pity. full story