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  • The Blessing of a Broken Heart: Excerpts

    The Blessing of a Broken Heart: Excerpts

    Chapter one: The Cave

    The cave is in the canyon a half a mile from my home in Tekoa. Thousands of years of rainwater have carved this opening in the limestone. Facing the Dead Sea with its back to Jerusalem, twelve miles away, the cave can only be reached by a steep climb down craggy paths that shepherds wander, weeds and wild flowers choking the landscape. It is easy to stumble on the sharp stones that jut from the ground.
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  • Koby's Favorite Jokes

    Koby's Favorite Jokes

    What is the punishment for bigamy?
    • Two mothers - in- law.

    Where do you get virgin wool from?
    • Ugly sheep

    Did you hear about the redneck who passed away and left his entire estate in trust for his beloved widow?
    • She can't touch it till she's fourteen.

    Did you hear that they have raised the minimum drinking age in West Virginia to 32?
    • It seems they want to keep alcohol out of the high schools!
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  • Koby's Writings: What Makes A Good Parent

    Koby's Writings: What Makes A Good Parent

    If I were my parents I would always stick up for my kid because if you don't, your kid begins to feel bad and thinks that you don't care about him. Anyway, your kid always needs somebody to stick up for him.

    I would also let my kid wear whatever he wants and make his own decisions, because kids need freedom as much as parents do, if not more.I'm not saying you can let your kid do whatever he wants, but don't confine him, and let him make his own decisions.
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  • Koby's Writings: Taking the Bully by the Horns

    Koby's Writings: Taking the Bully by the Horns

    -- Review of Kathy Noll's Taking the Bully by the Horns

    I was once bullied by a jerk who wanted to show off in front of his friends . He took a chair from me during school when I was sitting down and I fell on the floor. I said to my friends that guy's an idiot and he heard me. He started to hit and kick me and then walked away. I didn't hit him back because he was bigger and older than me.
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